Resources in Religious Liberty

As the entire world faces the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, states and municipalities are working to contain the virus, as best as possible, by discouraging and otherwise doing everything to stop gatherings of people. President Trump’s Coronavirus Task Force guidance recommended... Continue...

America is facing a pandemic. Experts have called the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) a once-in-a-generation pathogen. Others have likened the disease to the H2N2 virus that killed more than a million people between 1957-58, and not far from memory is the... Continue...

The Supreme Court of the United States has agreed to hear another case regarding the freedom of religious organizations to employ people who share their sincerely held beliefs. The most recent case, Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-Berru, Agnes,... Continue...

On Jan. 7, 2020, Christianity Today (CT) reported that a second student from Fuller Theological Seminary (FTS) has joined a lawsuit against the school. The lawsuit claims that if a religious institution receives federal funding, then “even if it’s a... Continue...

What just happened? The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments in a case that could have significant ramifications for religious liberty.   At issue in h is the question of whether it violates the religion clauses or the equal protection... Continue...

What just happened? In the first law of the new year in Tennessee, Gov. Bill Lee is expected to sign legislation that protects the religious freedom of private, faith-based adoption agencies. What does the Tennessee law do? The legislation will... Continue...

On Dec. 30, 2019, The Guardian reported that Wang Yi, leader of Early Rain Covenant in China, was sentenced to prison for nine years for inciting subversion through his unsanctioned church. The New York Times reported on Yi’s imprisonment, “As... Continue...

Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a Democratic nominee for president of the United States, has an impressive resume. He’s a polyglot, military veteran, ex-corporate consultant, Harvard graduate, and the mayor of a recognized city at a very young age. More than that,... Continue...

On Thursday, the White House announced new executive actions and agency regulations to ensure federal policy upholds religious freedom and the foundational right for the free exercise of religion. The actions across the Administration involved nine federal agencies proposing rules... Continue...

Since the first mission movements of the Early Church, Assyrian (Syriac) churches have never failed to maintain a confessional Christian presence in or near their original lands. If the current crisis facing northeastern Syria worsens, ancient Christian communities dating back... Continue...