Russia Bans Jehovah’s Witnesses as Extremists
High court ruling puts pacifist faith in same category as terrorists.
but both were unsuccessful. To human rights and religious freedom advocates around the world, the move comes as a major blow. While ties between
Neil Gorsuch’s First Religious Liberty Case Is a Playground Fight
Evangelicals eye how new Supreme Court justice will impact this term’s only remaining church-state case.
of any church, sect, or denomination of religion.” More than 30 other states have similar restrictions, which go beyond the First Amendment guidelines on religious freedom to address
Trump’s Religious Liberty Order Doesn’t Answer Most Evangelicals’ Prayers
Prayer breakfast pledge to ‘totally destroy’ Johnson Amendment comes up shy; conscience exemptions from LGBT anti-discrimination rules missing.
president. Threats to religious freedom in America need to be addressed through legislative action that protects religious liberty for all Americans. We
This Unpaid Pensions Case Could Crush Christian Hospitals
Supreme Court will decide if religious organizations qualify for IRS church exemption.
This Unpaid Pensions Case Could Crush Christian Hospitals. Supreme Court will decide if religious organizations qualify for IRS church exemption. Kate
Trump’s Supreme Court Pick: Religious Freedom Defender Neil Gorsuch
Scholarly Denver judge who ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby would fill Scalia's seat as the court's only Protestant.
Trump's Supreme Court Pick: Religious Freedom Defender Neil Gorsuch. “He has been strong on religious freedom,” said Thomas Berg, a professor at the University of St.
Southern Baptists Back Away from Backing Mosques
Trustee scuffle over ‘unholy alliance’ leads IMB to leave ERLC’s side on religious freedom fights.
Trustee scuffle over 'unholy alliance' leads IMB to leave ERLC's side on religious freedom fights. Southern Baptists Back Away from Backing Mosques.
Does the United States Belong on Persecution Lists?
Experts weigh in.
International Christian Concern even included the United States in its religious freedom Hall of Shame list for the first time in 2016, citing “constant attacks in the media” and believers