Resources in Religious Liberty

Pakistan’s Supreme Court has overturned the death penalty conviction of Asia Bibi, a Pakistani Christian who was “accused of defiling the name of the Prophet Muhammed during an argument with three Muslim women” in 2010. Continue...

Earlier this month, the Supreme Court in Norway ruled in favor of Dr. Katarzyna Jachimowicz, who refused to participate in a medical procedure that could have resulted in abortion. This is a significant victory in Europe, a region of the... Continue...

This Saturday marks the 20th anniversary of the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998. Here are five facts you should know about one of the most important works of legislation on international religious freedom produced in the 20th century: 1.... Continue...

On November 24, 2014, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed suspended the city’s Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran for 30 days without pay. What was the reason for his suspension? Chief Cochran authored a book on Christian values titled, Who Told You That... Continue...

On October 16, oral arguments were heard in Minnesota for a case centered on creativity and compelled speech. Carl and Angel Larsen are the directors of Telescope Media Group which exists to tell stories that honor God. These filmmakers are... Continue...

Last week, Britain’s Supreme Court ruled to uphold freedom of expression for the evangelical owners of Ashers Bakery in Belfast, Northern Ireland. As The New York Times reported, “The British case centered on Ashers Baking Company in Northern Ireland, which... Continue...

In early September, Redeemer Fellowship of Edisto Island, a small Southern Baptist church plant in South Carolina, filed an equal access lawsuit against the town who changed its civic center rules to bar it from being used for “religious worship services”... Continue...

Joseph Kennedy was a high school football coach in Washington state who was fired for kneeling by himself at midfield after a game and saying a quiet prayer by himself. Occasionally, students would join him and also pray by themselves... Continue...

What’s going on in China? Over the past few weeks, the Chinese government has escalated its persecution of Christians by destroying crosses, burning Bibles, confiscating religion materials, and closing churches. This week the Beijing city authorities banned Zion Church, one... Continue...