Religious Liberty

  • "The most important undertaking" – Hillary Clinton on Religious Liberty
  • Trump's troubling evasion of basic religious liberty questions
  • Kentucky legislature removes names of county clerks from marriage licenses
  • Moot: Federal judge dismisses ACLU suit to force Catholic hospitals to provide abortion services
  • Mississippi legislature passes law to weaponize churches
 

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"The most important undertaking" – Hillary Clinton on Religious Liberty

"The most important undertaking" – Hillary Clinton on Religious Liberty

"From my perspective, religious liberty is one of the most important issues on the world’s agenda today. It’s our responsibility to think of ways each of us can further religious liberty and freedom. It’s up to each of us, in the roles that we individually play, to ensure that our nation, which has been the exemplar of religious freedom and tolerance amongst a diverse population, continues to be so." – Hillary Clinton, April 7, 2005 – Seventh-day Adventist Annual Religious Liberty Dinner

 
 

Trump's troubling evasion of basic religious liberty questions

Trump's troubling evasion of basic religious liberty questions

Donald Trump evades questions about whether employers should have right to discriminate on basis of religion and the tax-exempt status of religious organizations.

 
 

Kentucky legislature removes names of county clerks from marriage licenses

Kentucky legislature removes names of county clerks from marriage licenses

On April 13, 2016, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin signed legislation (Senate Bill 216) which creates a single form that allows marriage license applicants to choose between being referred to as a bride, groom, or spouse. It also removes county clerks' names from marriage licenses.

 
 

Moot: Federal judge dismisses ACLU suit to force Catholic hospitals to provide abortion services

Moot: Federal judge dismisses ACLU suit to force Catholic hospitals to provide abortion services

Federal court rules ACLU lacks standing to sue Catholic hospitals that refuse to provide abortion and contraceptive services

 
 

Mississippi legislature passes law to weaponize churches

Mississippi legislature passes law to weaponize churches

There are two distinct reactions to gun violence. One is to tighten gun regulations in an effort to get guns off the street. The other is to arm more people so they can kill would-be attackers. The Charleston, South Carolina, shooting at a church last year has provided the Mississippi legislature with a pretext to do the latter.

 
 

THE ARTS: Allegiance: A Tale for Today

THE ARTS: Allegiance: A Tale for Today

By Bill Cork – The musical, “Allegiance" is based internment camp during World War II but the themes are echoed in the 2016 US presidential campaign.

 
 

Dr. C. Norman Farley joins ReligiousLiberty.TV Advisory Panel

Dr. C. Norman Farley joins ReligiousLiberty.TV Advisory Panel

We are pleased to welcome Dr. Farley to our Advisory panel. He brings with him a wealth of experience and knowledge on liberty of conscience issues.

 
 

Rwandan pastor models extreme forgiveness by serving those who killed his family

Rwandan pastor models extreme forgiveness by serving those who killed his family

Perhaps the strongest story of the power of forgiveness is found in the story, reported today by the Adventist Review, of Isaac Ndwaniye, the President of the East Central Rwandan Conference of Seventh-day Adventists who lost his entire family to mass genocide that was perpetrated by some of the people he has been called back to serve. If anybody ever had an excuse to abandon his calling, it is Pastor Ndwaniye.

 
 

Abortion doctor testifies to Senate – "The difference was whether the baby was wanted or unwanted"

Abortion doctor testifies to Senate – "The difference was whether the baby was wanted or unwanted"

Doctor to U.S. Senate – "The only time I experienced any qualms about what I was doing was when I had my neonatal care rotation and I realized that I was trying to save babies in the NICU that were the same age as babies I was aborting, but I rationalized it, and was able to push the feelings to the back of my mind."

 
 

Message of Christ offers hope amidst month's violence and persecution

Message of Christ offers hope amidst month's violence and persecution

March 2016 has been punctuated by violence. On March 4, a group of terrorists attacked a convent and nursing home run by the Missionaries of Charity, also known as Mother Teresa's Home, in Yemen. Sixteen people, including eight residents, four nuns, and several other volunteers were killed.