A new UN resolution comes at an important time, when the state of religious liberty for religious minorities in many parts of the world appears to be declining.
Written opinions in two recent and seemingly conflicting U.S. Supreme Court rulings in execution chamber cases may signal more to come in that area, according to the BJC’s Amanda Tyler.
The BJC’s Amanda Tyler explains why the Supreme Court’s first church-state opinion of the term was an “astonishing display of religious preferentialism.”
Proposals to introduce public school courses about the cultural and historical significance of the Bible should be approached with care. What agenda is being promoted? Is it educational? Or religious?
The Baptist Joint Committee’s Amanda Tyler discusses the importance of interfaith dialogue for religious liberty in a new column for an important series on interfaith engagement at ethicsdaily.com.