The culture’s all-out war on faith has prompted the White House to lead…and deliver…on the promise of protecting the God-given right of all to live out their faith. A review of the current administration’s record over the last three years shows it’s been a champion of religious liberty.
In 1789, the first U.S. president issued a proclamation explicitly thanking God for protecting our fledgling nation. But in today’s “feelings-over-facts” society, is it possible for a president to issue such a statement without first releasing a trigger warning?
While affordable health care is an attractive goal, government forcing religious organizations to violate their faith to fulfill the notion of contraception “access” is not. It’s time the U.S. Supreme Court make a definitive ruling protecting Little Sisters of the Poor and religious ministries who serve our communities.
From our special Bladensburg Victory Commemorative Coin, handy pocket Constitution, and brand-new Undeniable: Faith On Trial In America! book, there are plenty of free FLI resources to stuff your stockings this holiday season.
A culture that seeks to censor religious expression inevitably undermines America’s fundamental promise of religious freedom for minority faiths. If people of faith are bullied, intimidated or forced to practice their religion underground, then we don’t have religious freedom in any real sense.
Anti-faith activists and complainers keep trying to stop American sports figures, student athletes and even coaches from expressing themselves on the field. But it’s clear members of the sports community are boldly living out their faith—before, during, and after games.