The execution of Muslim inmate Domineque Ray
February 15th, 2019

The execution of a Muslim inmate on Death Row has revived a debate about religious freedom protections – including how far and to whom they should extend. Continue reading

Christian-only airplane in the sky
January 14th, 2019

Good news for devoted Christian travelers: the days of baggage fees, and bibles lost in transit will soon be relics of a secular past. The non-profit private operator Judah 1, which has already delivered hundreds of missionaries and thousands of pounds of cargo worldwide from its Texas headquarters, has just received FAA approval to become the world’s first Christian airline. Continue reading

Members of the Universal Life Church
January 11th, 2019

Membership in the Universal Life Church represents the invaluable right to freedom of religion, and we must defend this right when challenged by traditional bodies who view the ULC as illegitimate, argues guest writer Mark DeFillo. Continue reading

Prayer circle on a football field
January 9th, 2019

Praying for a last-second Hail Mary throw from the sidelines? Not so fast, says the Freedom From Religion Foundation. An Indiana high school is under scrutiny for encouraging football players to pray. Continue reading

Christmas Dragons
December 21st, 2018

A Louisiana woman has been putting up dragons around Christmas time for years now, but one Christian neighbor decided enough was enough – leaving an angry letter on her doorstep demanding the dragons be taken down. Continue reading

Satanic Temple monument in Illinois
December 13th, 2018

Move over, Christmas tree and Menorah. It’s time to make room for Satan. The Satanic Temple has earned a spot in the Illinois Capitol rotunda holiday display, where it has erected a 4 1/2-foot-tall sculpture depicting its own religious message. Continue reading

Vegan activist at an event
December 5th, 2018

A U.K. man says he was fired from his job due to his vegan beliefs. Now he’s alleging religious discrimination, launching a debate on whether veganism constitutes a religion. Continue reading

War on Christmas
December 4th, 2018

“You can’t take Christ out of Christmas,” as the saying goes. Well, apparently, you can. And one Virginia school plans to do just that. Officials at Robious Middle School have banned all songs containing mentions of Jesus from the annual Christmas concert. Continue reading

Congressional Representative Ilhan Omar
November 20th, 2018

How do we balance religious freedom with safety, security, and the liberal Western values of a free society? It’s a question Europeans have been struggling with for decades. Now, in the wake of the recent midterm elections, that conversation has begun anew in the United States. Continue reading

U.K. Christian bakers
October 12th, 2018

Just when you thought Christian bakers were out of the news for good, a story from across the pond has reignited the debate over religious freedom and LGBT rights. The U.K. Supreme Court has ruled that two devoutly Christian owners of a bakeshop in Belfast were justified in refusing to bake a cake for a local gay rights activist. Continue reading