What exactly is Christian Nationalism? And should I, as a Christian, jump on board with it? Or is it the big, bad wolf that many have made it out to be?
Roger Williams’ framework for religious liberty in Rhode Island was the blueprint for religious liberty in the United States and help fulfill its prophetic destiny as a refuge from persecution. The Constitution’s First Amendment channels William’s view of the separation of church and state, where the government will not establish a national religion to force its citizens to support and worship, nor would it restrict the expression of one’s religious preference.
By Dr. Ted McAllister and Dr. Andrew Yuengert – Any university that is serious about its Christian mission must recognize that today it confronts an educational establishment that operates with a vision that is incompatible with the most basic philosophical commitments of a Christian institution.
A California trial court in Kern County ruled that a bakery that refused to furnish custom-designed cakes for same-sex weddings and referred out to other bakeries did not violate the state’s civil rights act
An Indiana state appeals court upheld the trial court’s removal of a 16-year-old transgender minor who suffered from an eating disorder and was allegedly abused because their parents did not accept their transgender identity.
Parents can sue a Pennsylvania school district that allowed a teacher to tell first graders “secrets” about transgender topics.
This post is an edited and compiled version of my last six essays. Together they present a message I believe is sorely needed among educators, colleges and churches.
The rise of political correctness signals a return to the traditioning and character-forming model of education but with a different tradition to pass on, a different moral vision to inculcate, and a different vision of how character should be formed.
This week as Alex Jones was hit with a nearly $1 billion judgment for what he said on his radio show and PayPal hastily withdrew a “misinformation fine” that it “accidentally” included in its user agreement, it’s worth taking a step back and understanding how the Courts have interpreted this fundamental right.
First Liberty has petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to review an Oregon Court of Appeals decision that upheld the state-imposed punishment of bakery owners, Melissa and Aaron Klein.