Resources in Religious Liberty

On Monday President Trump became the first president of the United States to host a meeting at the United Nations on religious freedom. At the “Global Call to Protect Religious Freedom,” held at the United Nations headquarters in New York,... Continue...

On Sept. 16, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled in favor of Joanna Duka and Breanna Koski’s right to free speech. Duka and Koski own and operate an art studio named, Brush & Nib Studio. The studio willingly serves all people while... Continue...

My brother was always the jokester when we were growing up in our suburban hometown in upstate New York. One day at school a classmate asked my brother where our family was from; he jokingly replied, “West Korea,” to which... Continue...

A few months ago, the NYPD announced that from Jan. 1 through May 19, 2019, there have been 184 reported hate crimes, an 83% increase compared to the same time period last year. Of the hate crimes reported, 103 (59%)... Continue...

In recent days, two highly significant religious liberty court cases have made the news.  T-shirts and Hands On Originals The first case is Baker v. Hands On Originals. This case originated in Kentucky back in 2012 when Blaine Adamson, the... Continue...

“Separation of Church and State” is one of the most misunderstood phrases is modern political discourse. Yet, it is also a phrase with deep roots in Baptist tradition and one that we, as Christians, should have a healthy understanding of... Continue...

Why do we seek to preserve religious liberty? Because every human being has intrinsic worth and is made in the image of God. Jennifer Marshall discusses how these fact affect our commitment to life, marriage, and religious liberty. Continue...

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...