More on Religious Freedom
Christians Fleeing Persecution in Russia Can Stay in Germany
Faced with mounting threats and anti-missionary laws, Baptists win asylum appeal despite supposed constitutional protections in their home country.
From DC to Mecca, Should ‘Human Dignity’ Be the New ‘Religious Freedom’?
Shift in human rights language could allow for greater acceptance in the Muslim world.
10 Persecuted Christians Chosen by the State Department to Share Their Stories with the World
At this week's second Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, 23 survivors from 15 countries from all faiths were given a global platform in Washington DC.
Pompeo: Why We’re Hosting the World’s Biggest Event on Religious Persecution
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo explains to CT why the State Department invited 100 nations and 1,000 participants to its second Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom.
No Matter Where You Are, Religious Freedom Is Getting Worse
A decade of analysis from Pew details what global faith leaders already know: From China to Europe, from the Middle East to the US, persecution is climbing.
VA Hospitals Can Distribute, Display Bibles Under Revised Policy
After a legal fight over a POW/MIA table, Veterans Affairs clarifies religious liberty protections.
US Continues to Condemn China’s ‘War on Faith’
A new State Department report notes some “good news,” like improving conditions in Uzbekistan, though the list of worst religious persecutors remains largely unchanged.
Should Christians Praise Partial Religious Freedom?
Does good press lead to greater gains in the Muslim world? Or merely cover a multitude of sins?
From Tiananmen’s Most-Wanted to Followers of Jesus
Thirty years after the deadly massacre, two dissidents reflect on hope for China.
Russian Evangelicals Penalized Most Under Anti-Evangelism Law
The tight restrictions on minority faiths have increasingly gotten Protestants in trouble and continue to raise concerns over religious freedom.