The Hobby Lobby decision was handed down back in 2014. Where are all the evil corporations availing themselves of ‘religious liberty’ to oppress women?
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Has the government now become a friend of religious liberty again? We’re going to be talking about this on Faith and Freedom.
Religious liberty is a foundational principle of enduring importance in America, enshrined in our Constitution and other sources of federal law.
The Trump administration strongly protected the free exercise of religion today by reversing Obama-era policies with new legal guidance issued to the Department of Justice (DOJ) by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
How can students in public schools exercise their constitutional religious liberty rights? In part three of our “Back to School” Facebook Live series…
Here’s something both sides should agree on: the importance of adoption. But these days, finding loving homes for kids is an explosive topic in the clash over religious liberty.
It may be one of the most important religious liberty cases in a century — and President Trump isn’t about to be on the wrong side of
Christians coming under attack – all because Islam has been given a free pass, and the West is in denial about the perilous state it is in.
LGBT activists don’t want anybody who has unwanted same sex attraction to have the choice to leave their plantation they deceptively like to call “gay.”
Religious liberties are protected in Florida because of a new law — Florida Student and School Personnel Religious Liberties Act — that has now been signed by Governor Rick Scott.
Christians seek to emulate the perfect obedience of the Lord Jesus to the Father. That is the sweet part. Now the sour. If we honor obedience what happens to the notion of liberty?
USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue is doing his part to protect and promote religious freedom as promised by Trump’s Executive Order.
We take our freedom for granted until we can’t exercise it. Franklin Graham has reminded us that that day has already come for 215 million Christians.
The conflict between homosexuality and religious liberty is a zero-sum game. One side wins, the other side loses.
I want to praise President Trump for taking such a clear, strong stance in favor of religious freedom, by signing his religious liberty executive order.
President Trump finally called a ceasefire on the conflict started by Barack Obama with an executive order on religious freedom.
Donald Trump just issued his executive order on religious liberty, designed to neutralize the Johnson Amendment, with evangelical luminaries from all across the fruited plain in attendance.
Trump has invited conservative leaders for what they expect will be the ceremonial signing of a long-awaited executive order on religious liberty,
Senate Republicans are joining a growing movement of conservatives who think it’s time the White House issued an order protecting our First Freedom.
The Trump White House has reportedly drafted an executive order that would defend and protect religious liberty and the freedom of religious expression in a sweeping manner.
Moral discrimination BETWEEN services provided and personal discrimination AGAINST groups are two different things, and the law must treat them as such.
That’s how I feel when I see social madness in our country, wondering to myself, “How can this go on in front of our eyes? What kind of craziness is this?”
Some say President Trump’s refusal to reverse Barack Obama’s destructive course regarding the homosexual agenda is due to advice from his Jewish son-in-law, Jared Kushner and his daughter Ivanka.
Alliance Defending Freedom President, CEO, and General Counsel Michael Farris sent a letter Wednesday to President Donald Trump that asks him to sign the proposed religious freedom executive order.
So, in order for this Homosexual Agenda to go forward, there must NOT be, there CAN NOT be, ANY freedom. It must be MANDATED, it must be FORCED upon the people.
This is an absolute outrage, and to shrug our shoulders with indifference is to insult Jesus, to insult our Founders, and to insult our brothers and sisters in the faith.
We thank Rep. King and our other friends in the Republican majority for continuing to raise the awareness of the assaults on religious freedom and doing everything they can to turn the page on the devastating legacy of the Obama administration.
There is only one thing more appalling than the Washington Supreme Court’s 9-0 ruling against religious liberty today. It is the silence of Christian leaders across America.
The Freedom from Religion organization wrote a letter that threatened a half-million-dollar lawsuit against the small town of 300 people if the flag wasn’t taken down.
President Trump has been very clear on the importance of religious liberty. The free exercise of religion has suffered greatly under the policies and orders of President Obama.