BJC: States should not have to fund religious schools

BJC’s friend-of-the-court brief in Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue explains that avoiding government funding of religion is a key protection for religious liberty. “This special treatment of religion stems from our country’s deep and abiding commitment to religious liberty for all,” said BJC General Counsel Holly Hollman.

BJC: Cross display heard by SCOTUS is unconstitutional 

“The cross matters to us as Christians. It has a powerful, specific meaning that is central to our faith. Non-Christians also recognize the specific meaning of the cross, which is why we stand with them in saying no, the cross is not a universal symbol of sacrifice.”