Supreme Court Announces It Will Hear Controversial Christian Flag Case

The Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday over whether a Christian flag should be allowed to fly outside of Boston’s City Hall. The city claims that allowing a Christian flag to fly on a flagpole often used by community groups is government endorsement of religion, according to NBC. Read More @ Source: Supreme Court Announces It … More Supreme Court Announces It Will Hear Controversial Christian Flag Case

Is Religious Freedom Even on the Military’s Radar?

The Defense Department didn’t have any trouble getting 97 percent of its troops vaccinated — but when it comes to granting some exemptions, well, they’re just too busy. On Monday, the same day the Pentagon upped its alarm level on the virus to HPCON Charlie (Health Protection Condition Charlie), Pentagon spokesman John Kirby struggled to … More Is Religious Freedom Even on the Military’s Radar?

New Canadian Law Will Officially Describe Parts Of The Bible As ‘Myth’

The warning signs signs seems clear that this is the sort of agenda headed for America. With the passage of Bill C-4 (the “conversion therapy” ban), there is a great deal of concern among Canadian churches. Has the Trudeau government put a law on the books that effectively criminalizes Christianity? According to some prominent clergy … More New Canadian Law Will Officially Describe Parts Of The Bible As ‘Myth’

‘Divisive Year’ Results in More Support for Religious Freedom, New Survey Shows

Posted by Bruce Hausknecht | Nov 22, 2021 | Religious Freedom In its third annual Religious Freedom Index, the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty finds that Americans’ support for religious freedom principles has actually increased from 12 months ago, despite the cultural divides over politics, the pandemic, race relations and immigration that were especially pervasive over the last year. SOURCE: ‘Divisive … More ‘Divisive Year’ Results in More Support for Religious Freedom, New Survey Shows

Military Branches Have Not Granted Any Religious Exemption Requests From Vaccine Mandate

US / Zachary Stieber / Nov 13, 2021 No U.S. military branch has granted a request for religious accommodations from the COVID-19 vaccine mandate, military officials said in court filings Friday. Over 16,000 U.S. service members have submitted applications for a religious exemption from the vaccination requirements, according to court documents. The Air Force has seen the most, … More Military Branches Have Not Granted Any Religious Exemption Requests From Vaccine Mandate

Limits of Liberty

Here in this 5 part series from Grace to You, John MacArthur and staff explore the true meaning of Christian liberty. Legalists and Libertines The Limits of Liberty Liberty, Knowledge and Love Liberty, Knowledge and Sin Setting Aside Your Liberty

Democrats’ Assault on Religious Liberty Began with an Innocuous-Sounding Phrase

Editor’s Note: This article is adapted from Sean Spicer’s new book Radical Nation: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’s Dangerous Plan for America, published this month. On January 16, 1993, President George H. W. Bush proclaimed the first Religious Freedom Day, commemorating the anniversary of the 1786 passage of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom. That statute was authored … More Democrats’ Assault on Religious Liberty Began with an Innocuous-Sounding Phrase

An Important Church and State Battle in Seattle

In the 1st Amendment to the US Constitution we find, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” These two parts, known as the “establishment clause” and the “free exercise clause” respectively, and together form the textual basis for the Supreme Court’s interpretations of the “separation of … More An Important Church and State Battle in Seattle