Religious Liberty

  • Of Faith and Focus: The battle that matters most is in the heart, not in politics
  • Gibson's "Hacksaw Ridge" Enters Post-Production: Release Target in Time for Oscar?
  • Supreme Court to Decide Whether Taxpayers Must Pay for Church Playground Upgrade
  • EVENT: Attorney Walter Carson to Speak About U.S. Supreme Court and Religious Liberty
  • Oregon Bakers' $135,000 Fine Held in Escrow Pending Appeal
 

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Of Faith and Focus: The battle that matters most is in the heart, not in politics

Of Faith and Focus: The battle that matters most is in the heart, not in politics

By Rich DuBose – When we rally to fight evil, however we may define it we are confronting symptomatic issues as opposed to the underlying core affliction that plagues humanity. Our problem is not our symptoms. It is that we are disconnected from the Source of wisdom and life.

 
 

Gibson's "Hacksaw Ridge" Enters Post-Production: Release Target in Time for Oscar?

Gibson's "Hacksaw Ridge" Enters Post-Production: Release Target in Time for Oscar?

Hacksaw Ridge, the $55 million Mel Gibson-directed World War II film that tells the story of Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Desmond Doss completed filming in December 2015 and is now in post-production with a targeted release date of early November 2016 in time for Oscar consideration.

 
 

Adventist in Kazakhstan sentenced to serve two years in labor camp for profession of faith

CHURCH LEADERS ENCOURAGE THE NATION TO ADHERE TO THEIR COMMITMENT OF SECURING THE FREEDOM OF RELIGION FOR ALL CITIZENS. December 29, 2015 | Astana, Kazakhstan | ANN Staff | Yklas Kabduakasov, a Seventh-day Adventist, was recently sentenced to serve two years in a labor camp for “inciting religious hatred.” Kabduakasov was accused of making incendiary comments during lectures with students […]

 
 

Supreme Court to Decide Whether Taxpayers Must Pay for Church Playground Upgrade

Supreme Court to Decide Whether Taxpayers Must Pay for Church Playground Upgrade

The Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether Missouri taxpayers can be compelled to pay for "non-sectarian" church upgrades. Case: Trinity Lutheran Church v. Pauley

 
 

EVENT: Attorney Walter Carson to Speak About U.S. Supreme Court and Religious Liberty

EVENT: Attorney Walter Carson to Speak About U.S. Supreme Court and Religious Liberty

In his talk, “The Least Dangerous Branch,” Carson will discuss his personal experiences arguing successfully before the U.S. Supreme Court, as well as analyze recent and troubling developments in religious liberty issues and church/state relations. Riverside, CA 2/23/16 6:00 p.m. La Sierra University, Cossentine Hall 100.

 
 

Oregon Bakers' $135,000 Fine Held in Escrow Pending Appeal

Oregon Bakers' $135,000 Fine Held in Escrow Pending Appeal

On Monday, Aaron and Melissa Klein, owners of the Sweet Cakes by Melissa bakery paid a $135,000 fine levied against them by the state of Oregon for refusing on religious grounds to provide a cake for a same-sex commitment ceremony two years ago.

 
 

Religious Liberty Advocate John Stevens Has Died

Religious Liberty Advocate John Stevens Has Died

We are saddened to learn that long-time religious liberty advocate John V. Stevens passed away on November 30, 2015.

 
 

Davis Appeals to 6th Circuit

Davis Appeals to 6th Circuit

When the religious beliefs of a government official conflict with the civil rights of citizens, who has the power and who wins?

 
 

New Supreme Court Case Could Stretch RFRA to Breaking Point

New Supreme Court Case Could Stretch RFRA to Breaking Point

If Congress, which passed both RFRA and Obamacare, believes RFRA's application goes too far, Congress could decide to repeal all or part of RFRA.

 
 

Angry Red Cups and This Year's "War on Christmas"

Angry Red Cups and This Year's "War on Christmas"

This year's annual "War on Christmas" is off to a roaring start as Starbucks unwittingly fired the "first shot" by not printing snowflakes or reindeer on their cups, but instead resorted to a simple, plain, red cup.