Archive for: December, 2019

Solicitor General recommends that Supreme Court hear Sabbath accommodation case

Supreme Court of the United States

The Solicitor General of the United States, Noel Francisco, has recommended that the United States Supreme Court agree to consider a Sabbath accommodation case involving a Seventh-day Adventist. 

 
 

Bill introduced today seeks to find balance between religious freedom and LBGT rights

Bill introduced today seeks to find balance between religious freedom and LBGT rights

This morning, Congressman Chris Stewart (UT-02) introduced the Fairness for All Act (FFA) to resolve conflicts between the rights of LGBT individuals and the religious liberty rights of individuals.

 
 

Indiana court rules Christian groups lack standing to challenge state RFRA

An Indiana state trial court judge has ruled that the conservative family advocacy groups lack standing to challenge gender identity and sexual orientation exclusions in Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

 
 

Lemuel V. Sapian releases new book on America's religious freedom divide

Lemuel V. Sapian releases new book on America's religious freedom divide

Very few things can be as divisive as religion. In free America, we are guaranteed freedom of religion. This has kept the United States a mighty nation, with its strength being derived from unity in diversity. However, many Christians believe America is a Christian Nation and should be upheld as such by civil laws. The public divide over this political issue is seen in the separation of people into diverse groups,

 
 

Supreme Court to decide whether RFRA permits monetary damages against federal employees

Supreme Court of the United States

The Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) permits lawsuits seeking money damages against individual federal employees.