Religious Freedom

Religious Freedom Day and the “Separation of Church and State”

On this day in 1786, Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom was adopted by the Virginia General Assembly. This statute greatly shaped the READ

The Surprising History Behind Some Christmas Traditions

The Christmas season is full of traditions, from decorating trees to kissing under the mistletoe. But why do all of these traditions exist, and READ

After Eight Years, Coach Kennedy Takes a Knee on High School Football Field

Last year, Coach Joseph Kennedy made national news when he won a major religious liberty case at the United States Supreme Court after a READ

N.C. General Assembly Still On “Summer Break”

As we’ve mentioned the last couple of weeks, the North Carolina General Assembly has been on break, only having pro forma sessions and not READ
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POV: “303 Creative: A Ruling for All Americans”

Imagine being a creative professional in America who creates unique and expressive content that expresses your personal beliefs and worldview. You would sell that READ

The General Assembly’s Absence, Casino Gambling, and a Major Win for Religious Liberty

You are probably expecting one of our Weekly Update videos, looking forward to hear what John, Jere, and Sharon have to say about the READ

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