Shining a Light on Religious Liberty around the World

While the attacks on religious liberties (especially Christians) continue here in America, they are in many ways nothing compared to the violence on others around the world. by Arielle Del Turco When a bomb went off at his son’s school in Afghanistan last week, Mohammad Hassan rushed around the city looking for his son. Hours … More Shining a Light on Religious Liberty around the World

Praying coach, Joe Kennedy, a step closer to vindication

The Supreme Court heard arguments today (4/25) in a case involving a former football coach in Washington state. First Liberty Institute is representing Coach Joe Kennedy in his case against Bremerton High School which has been up and down the court system for years. He was fired for breathing private prayers on the field after football games. … More Praying coach, Joe Kennedy, a step closer to vindication

The SARS2 Pandemic: Will Truth Prevail?

Dr. Atlas will speak on the tragedy of the SARS2 pandemic and the need to restore trust in the country’s vital institutions. The management of this pandemic has left a stain on many of America’s once noble institutions, including our elite universities, research institutes and journals, and public health agencies. Among the most damaged has … More The SARS2 Pandemic: Will Truth Prevail?

Religion on Trial

. Finland Puts the Bible on Trial Yesterday, Europe’s biggest religious freedom case went to trial. A Finnish member of parliament, Päivi Räsänen, has been charged by the Finnish prosecutor general with three counts of “ethnic agitation,” a hate speech provision in Finland’s criminal code. Each count relates to Räsänen’s respectful expression of widely held … More Religion on Trial