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

‘I Am the Master of My Faith’: How Dumping Christianity Is Trending

A trendy, new hashtag tempts Christians to look wise in the world’s eyes. “There are 293,026 posts on Instagram utilizing the hashtag #deconstruction,” reported apologetics writer Alisa Childers earlier this year. “The vast majority are from people who’ve deconverted from Christianity, become progressive Christians, embraced same-sex marriage and relationships, rejected core historic doctrines of the faith, or … More ‘I Am the Master of My Faith’: How Dumping Christianity Is Trending

School Board Perfects Anti-Christian Hostility to a Science

The headline could read, “Local officials wage LGBT culture war, illegally discriminate against minority community,” but you won’t find this story covered by Slate or Buzzfeed. That’s because the facts of this story turn the Leftist media’s preferred narrative on its head. The school board of Somerville, Massachusetts delayed, and has moved to deny, an application … More School Board Perfects Anti-Christian Hostility to a Science

Congress Has a Serious Human Rights Problem on Its Hands

Last week, a little-known provision of human rights law was tampered with as it made its way through the House of Representatives. Family Research Council called attention to the problems with this altered text, but because it was attached to the bill to cut off Russian oil, not as many took notice. This language must not be allowed … More Congress Has a Serious Human Rights Problem on Its Hands

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

Religious Freedom Day: Biden Fails to Uphold America’s First Freedom

Since 1993, the United States has formally observed Religious Freedom Day on January 16. The day honors the nation’s first religious freedom law, the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, passed in 1786. Like other presidents before him, President Joe Biden released a proclamation acknowledging the day. Although the president’s comments on religious freedom were mostly … More Religious Freedom Day: Biden Fails to Uphold America’s First Freedom

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?

Military Works to Boot Christian ‘Extremists’ from Its Ranks

January 6 was a convenient background for a lot of Democrats, but especially the ones in Joe Biden’s Department of Defense. To them, it was a chance to highlight the dangers of conservatives — and fight to get them out of the ranks, once and for all. Gearing up to the riot’s one-year anniversary in … More Military Works to Boot Christian ‘Extremists’ from Its Ranks