Religious Liberty

  • Top 8 Religious Liberty Stories of 2016
  • A Pastor's Guide to Being Political on the Internet
  • Supreme Court to decide if religious hospital pensions are subject to ERISA
  • What does the Trump win mean for religious liberty?
  • Georgia drops subpoena request for laypastor's sermons and Bible
 

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Top 8 Religious Liberty Stories of 2016

Top 8 Religious Liberty Stories of 2016

A chronological overview of eight of the most important religious liberty developments in 2016.

 
 

A Pastor's Guide to Being Political on the Internet

A Pastor's Guide to Being Political on the Internet

“And on the eighth day God created the internet so that Christians could judge non-Christians and each other more openly, instantly, and publicly than ever before.” 2 Mark 3:16

 
 

Supreme Court to decide if religious hospital pensions are subject to ERISA

Supreme Court to decide if religious hospital pensions are subject to ERISA

Last week the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear three cases involving whether the pension plans of religiously affiliated hospital systems are exempt from federal pension funding requirements.

 
 

What does the Trump win mean for religious liberty?

What does the Trump win mean for religious liberty?

Donald Trump's transition team is making plans to occupy the White House. What does this mean for religious liberty?

 
 

Georgia drops subpoena request for laypastor's sermons and Bible

Georgia drops subpoena request for laypastor's sermons and Bible

After over 40,000 people signed a petition expressing outrage at the State of Georgia for demanding Seventh-day Adventist lay pastor Dr. Eric Walsh's sermon notes, transcripts, and Bible, the state has withdrawn the subpoena.

 
 

'Hacksaw Ridge' calls Adventists to revisit commitment to non-violence

'Hacksaw Ridge' calls Adventists to revisit commitment to non-violence

Gibson's portrayal of Doss calls this generation of Seventh-day Adventists to rediscover and embrace the church's heritage of non-violence.

 
 

Iowa church drops transgender restroom lawsuit

Iowa church drops transgender restroom lawsuit

ast week the Fort Des Moines Church of Christ voluntarily dismissed a lawsuit against the state and the city of Des  Moines over language in a brochure that they interpreted as interpreted as requiring churches to accommodate transgender bathroom access. The law prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, but the Iowa Civil Rights Commission indicated that churches […]

 
 

Defense budget bill would roll back Obama's 2014 anti-discrimination order

Defense budget bill would roll back Obama's 2014 anti-discrimination order

President Obama threatens to veto defense budget bill if language permitting discrimination on basis of religion or sexual orientation remains.

 
 

Evangelicals' witness suffers due to political maneuvering

Evangelicals' witness suffers due to political maneuvering

For almost 40 years Evangelical Christians, under the guise of the Religious Right, courted political power specifically through the Republican Party. As a political group, they have accomplished little of what they desired.

 
 

Christians called to higher standard of truthfulness

Christians called to higher standard of truthfulness

By Stephen Allred, Esq. – We’ll do whatever it takes to help our candidate win, whatever the cost, even if it means sacrificing the truth. In other words, truth doesn’t really matter anymore. At least that’s what it feels like in America these days.