Blog from the Capital
Written by Don Byrd, the Baptist Joint Committee’s Blog from the Capital informs readers of daily events impacting the debate on church-state separation. If you use an RSS reader, click here to access and connect with the blog’s RSS feed. You can also follow Byrd on Twitter at @BJCblog.
The BJC’s Amanda Tyler says Trump’s Executive Order does nothing to promote religious liberty.
The National Day of Prayer is a good day of reminder that government should stay out of the prayer business.
A new introduction video helps explain the essential work and mission of the Baptist Joint Committee.
A new awareness campaign educating the public about American Sikhs could not come at a better time.
Child placement agencies in Alabama that refuse service based on the religious beliefs of the provider will not face government penalty, provided they do not receive government funds, according to a new bill.
The arguments in the Trinity Lutheran church funding case continue a disturbing trend in legal arguments, secularizing our sacred symbols, expressions and houses of worship.
Advocates of an Indiana bill passed by both houses claim it is necessary to protect the religious liberty of public school students.
A West Virginia public school program of optional Bible classes for young children during the school day is drawing scrutiny.
During oral arguments, the Supreme Court wrestled with when states can deny funding to houses of worship.
Following this morning’s Supreme Court hearing, the BJC’s Holly Hollman responded to the justices’ line of questioning.
A new development in the Trinity Lutheran church funding case could impact the focus of tomorrow’s Supreme Court hearing.
On Meet the Press Sunday, a panel of three religious leaders – Bishop T.D. Jakes, Pastor JoAnn Hummel, and Rabbi David Saperstein – engaged in a compelling discussion.