Court tells florist: “Tolerance” will not tolerate your religious belief

New religious freedom official: the time for action is now

Court to consider accommodations for religiously devout employees: In Plain English

Argument analysis: Plucking simplicity out of complexity

Religious freedom bill passes Indiana Senate

School prayer back in focus of Pickens County School Board

Officer in parade controversy speaks out on religious liberty

Officer in same-sex pride parade incident speaks out

72 Assyrian Christian families captured, 50 besieged by IS after Syria attack

Syrian Kurds cut IS supply line near Iraq; fears for Christians mount

Washington florist Barronelle Stutzman, 70: Hero to the Christian faith

Air strikes hit Islamic State in Syria after Christians abducted

Fate of Syrian Christians kidnapped by ISIS still unknown

On hating IS and loving people

Stand with Barronelle Stutzman

Thanks, but no thanks. Florist’s faith not for sale

RC Church backs NI conscience clause

US professor suspended for defending free speech

Lawsuit: LA Fitness prohibited Muslim from praying in locker room

World Christianity by the numbers

Supreme Court hears religious discrimination case

Religious freedom win in Texas

Bill would codify religious freedoms for schoolchildren

Lawmakers want probe of SF Catholic high schools

Arkansas bars expanding local protections beyond what the state already prohibits

Effort fails to add protections for same-sex couples to religious freedom bill

Innocence costs: The price of faith in America today

The ‘law’ of unintended consequences

Washington State Christian florist receives support by AFA

Memo to Atlanta’s Mayor: Reinstate Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran

Preview of Supreme Court oral arguments in Abercrombie employment discrimination case

Argument preview: Faith and a workplace dress code

Italy and Vatican on guard after threat from Islamic State

Religious liberty in China: The key to a stable, peaceful, and harmonious order

    China US Focus: Christianity is thriving in China. Reports that there may be more religious believers than Communist Party members has made Beijing unsure how to respond. Beijing’s sensitivities to religion are well known. Government secular ideology sees religion as offering a competitive worldview to the hegemony of the Party, with legitimate fears that many Christians, especially Catholics, have loyalties beyond China’s borders. Religion brings people together in ways that might eventually influence politics.

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The florist, the baker and the photographer- religious freedom and small business