A decision that will live in infamy

A decision that will live in infamy

By BJC Executive Director Amanda Tyler The first church-state decision of the 2018-2019 Supreme Court term wasn’t a case that BJC or other religious liberty advocacy groups were actively involved in, but one whose effects could reverberate for some time. The case came...
A Joyful Calling

A Joyful Calling

By Amanda Tyler, BJC Executive Director One of the joys of my job is hearing from donors about why they support the work of the BJC. When I got a note from one of our Jewish supporters recently, I asked his permission to share it with you: “A week or so ago, I ran...
A conversation with Aidsand Wright-Riggins

A conversation with Aidsand Wright-Riggins

  On March 26-27, the Rev. Dr. Aidsand Wright-Riggins will deliver the 2019 Walter B. and Kay W. Shurden Lectures on Religious Liberty and Separation of Church and State in the greater Kansas City area. Hosted by Central Baptist Theological Seminary, the...
BJC and others speak out against blasphemy laws

BJC and others speak out against blasphemy laws

From BJC staff reports Organizations are coming together to oppose blasphemy laws around the world, which – at their core – stifle religious expression. On October 16, BJC Associate General Counsel Jennifer Hawks participated in a Senate briefing opposing blasphemy...