Resources in Religious Liberty

August 30, 2017, is indelibly marked in the minds of the Masih family. It would be the last day Ilyasab and his wife would hear the voice of their 17-year-old son, Sharoon. After completing lower education in his village, Sharoon... Continue...

“Christian women are the most persecuted group in the world.”  The first time I heard that statistic, I was sitting safely at church in Washington, D.C. David Curry, the president of Open Doors USA, came to speak about the plight... Continue...

Would you visit someone in prison if you could lose your job for it? What if you could end up in prison with them just because you were willing to be associated with them? These are the types of questions... Continue...

What just happened? For the past four months, hundreds of thousands of protestors in Hong Kong have been demonstrating in opposition to legislation by China’s communist government that would allow citizens of the semi-autonomous region to be extradited to mainland... Continue...

In February of this year, Omar al-Bashir declared a year-long state of emergency in the wake of escalating, nationwide protests calling on him and his regime to step down. Commentators rightly interpreted Bashir’s declaration as providing the mechanism whereby the forceful... Continue...

At the turn of the 20th century, artists from around the world submitted proposals in a contest to enhance the grounds of the University of Geneva. The park improvements were chartered to mark the 400th birthday of the city’s own... Continue...

Last week, the State Department held their second annual Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, which turned out to be the largest human rights gathering in the history of the State Department. Nearly 200 foreign delegations and over a thousand of... Continue...

On Thursday, ERLC hosted an event in Washington, D.C. called “Humanity Denied: Religious Freedom in North Korea.” The speakers included Kenneth Bae, the longest-held U.S. prisoner of North Korea, and Jin Shin, president of the Institute for Peace Affairs a... Continue...

WASHINGTON, D.C., July 18, 2019—The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention premiered a documentary titled, Humanity Denied: Religious Freedom in North Korea, at an event today in conjunction with the Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom. The 10-minute... Continue...

North Korea today remains one of the most repressive regimes on earth restricting the freedom of its own people and considering Christianity a threat to the state. Kenneth Bae is a Christian missionary and American citizen who knows all too... Continue...