Religious Freedom: blog

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

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
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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
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SCOTUS “Groff Opinion” Another Win for Religious Liberty

In the last week of June, the United States Supreme Court issued a number of key opinions as its “2022 term” came to a READ
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SCOTUS Rules In Favor of Website Designer in Compelled Speech Case

Today, the United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of website designer Lorie Smith and her right to freedom of speech in 303 Creative READ
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Colorado Courts Again Rule Against Christian Cake Artist Jack Phillips

Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado, is once again facing legal consequences for living out his faith in the context of his READ
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The Double Standard of Discrimination

This month, we’ve seen two issues that made national headlines and highlighted the double standard that exists in our culture regarding “discrimination.” 303 Creative READ
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A Web Designer Stands for Religious Liberty at the US Supreme Court

Yesterday, the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case of 303 Creative v. Elenis, a legal challenge against a Colorado law READ

Coach Joseph Kennedy’s Return to the Field

This past summer, Coach Joseph Kennedy made national news when he won a major religious liberty case before the US Supreme Court. The reason for READ

U.S. Senate Poised to Vote on Anti-Marriage Bill

(UPDATE: As of Thursday, September 15th, 2022, Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) reportedly announced that H.R. 8404 would not come to the floor until after READ

Event: Pray for North Carolina

This Saturday, August 20, numerous North Carolina leaders will be gathering for a statewide Pray North Carolina in front of the State Capitol Building. READ

UNC Student Government Defunds Pro-Life Groups

UPDATE: After posting our story, NC Family was contacted by officials at UNC-Chapel Hill, who told us that the Student Senate—not the Student Body READ

SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Coach’s Prayer and Religious Liberty

This week, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the religious rights of Coach Joseph Kennedy were violated when he was fired for praying at READ

SCOTUS Continues to Defend Religious Liberty

The U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) has issued nearly twenty rulings in the past two weeks as the current session comes to a close. While READ

Family North Carolina Spring/Summer 2022 Magazine is Here!

NC Family is excited to announce the arrival of the Spring/Summer 2022 edition of our flagship publication, Family North Carolina magazine. In a world steeped in unknowns READ

Faith & Values Summit in Charlotte, May 24

Please plan to join NC Family along with other pro-life and pro-family organizations and individuals for a North Carolina Faith & Values Summit featuring READ

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