Report from the Capital
The BJC’s flagship magazine, Report from the Capital, is published 6 times a year. Subscriptions are free: just send your mailing address to us at bjc@BJConline.org. This page contains a selection of articles from our latest publication. All of the articles are available in the PDF version of the magazine or on ISSUU.
A federal district court in Wisconsin has once again declared the clergy housing allowance an unconstitutional preference for religion, and the case is expected to continue.
We must protect all of our churches and religious beliefs about marriage and — at the same time — recognize as citizens and Christians that we should treat all equally and without regard to religious differences in the commercial marketplace.
Melissa Rogers delivered a powerful account of faith being transformed into action at a special Baptist Joint Committee Symposium on October 26 on the campus of McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago,
The Baptist Joint Committee is now accepting applications for the 2018 BJC Fellows Program, which offers young professionals the opportunity to deepen their legal, historical and theological understanding of religious liberty.
High school juniors and seniors can win money for college in the 2018 Religious Liberty Essay Scholarship Contest!
This year, we saw a blizzard of news items that impact religious liberty and the separation of church and state. The list of 2017’s top stories includes areas of concern that came to the forefront this year, as well as news items affecting issues we watch every year.
A reflection on the wise words of Baptist icon George W. Truett on religious liberty and stewardship from almost 100 years ago.
A interfaith panel in Texas talks about how different traditions embrace religious liberty.
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More than 4,000 faith leaders from all 50 states are calling on Congress to keep the “Johnson Amendment.”
We all have a role to play in safeguarding religious freedom for all.
The U.S. Supreme Court dismissed a major challenge to President Donald J. Trump’s travel ban on Muslim-majority countries because it has been replaced by a new version, sending the controversy back to the starting block.