Chris Ferguson

When Legal Strategies Go Awry: Gordon College’s Misuse of RFRA and Its Implications

When Legal Strategies Go Awry: Gordon College’s Misuse of RFRA and Its Implications

In a decisive ruling issued July 18, 2024, the U.S. District Court for the District…

Project 2025’s Sunday-Saturday Challenge: Should Adventists Be Concerned?

Project 2025’s Sunday-Saturday Challenge: Should Adventists Be Concerned?

Project 2025’s Proposal to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to mandate time-and-a-half pay…

The Perilous Power of Political Rhetoric

The Perilous Power of Political Rhetoric

The peace that has existed in American politics is a historical anomaly compared to most…

Michigan’s Vintage Solution to Religious Accommodation: Using a Ford Model T to Ensure Amish Road Safety

Michigan’s Vintage Solution to Religious Accommodation: Using a Ford Model T to Ensure Amish Road Safety

In an impressive blend of tradition and innovation, Michigan’s public officials have turned to a…

Belgian Court Fines Government-Paid Catholic Leaders for Gender Discrimination

Belgian Court Fines Government-Paid Catholic Leaders for Gender Discrimination

In a landmark ruling that underscores the complexities of intertwining public funds with religious institutions,…

Arizona Governor Vetoes Detransition Coverage Bill

Arizona Governor Vetoes Detransition Coverage Bill

On June 18, 2024, Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs vetoed Senate Bill 1151, which sought to…

Courts in Kansas and Florida Challenge Biden Title IX Interpretation

Courts in Kansas and Florida Challenge Biden Title IX Interpretation

The Biden administration’s approach to Title IX, the federal law that prohibits sex-based discrimination in…

The United States and the Promotion of Religious Freedom: A Fourth of July Reflection

The United States and the Promotion of Religious Freedom: A Fourth of July Reflection

As the fireworks light up the night sky on the Fourth of July, Americans come…

Balancing Faith and Public Health: The Ninth Circuit’s Ruling in Bacon v. Woodward on Vaccine Mandates and Religious Exemptions

Balancing Faith and Public Health: The Ninth Circuit’s Ruling in Bacon v. Woodward on Vaccine Mandates and Religious Exemptions

Analysis: Bacon v. Woodward, No. 22-35611 (9th Cir. 2024) (Decided 6/18/2024) Issue: The primary issue…

No Clear Verdict: Supreme Court Sidesteps Social Media Censorship Battle

No Clear Verdict: Supreme Court Sidesteps Social Media Censorship Battle

The internet held its breath this morning as the Supreme Court issued its decision in…