Let persecuted Christians around the world know they are not alone and not forgotten.
America can learn from the way Hong Kong invites, celebrates, and affirms people of all faiths.
What if rejecting religious freedom laws actually helps evangelicals rediscover the power of the Gospel?
Remarks from Rabbi David Saperstein, the new U.S. ambassador for religious freedom.
Why inmates need to be at liberty to practice their faith.
The United States must ensure that the foreign security forces it supports are not themselves fanning religious hatred.
Rabbi David Saperstein, named the most influential rabbi in America in 2009, will head the Office of International Religious Freedom.
After being trapped in Sudan for her refusal to renounce Christianity, Meriam Ibrahim and her family met with Pope Francis.
For a country full of Goliaths, we’re awfully obsessed with being David.
The early colonists realized if they wanted to freely practice their beliefs, they had to allow their neighbors the same right.
With Meriam Ibrahim and her children facing torture and impending death, a surprising collection of activists have fought to save them.
In the showdown over Obamacare, the core legal question is whether a private company has religious rights.
India’s recent election highlights why religious freedom matters so much for stable democratic societies.
The United States underutilizes the mechanisms put in place by the International Religious Freedom Act. That needs to change.
This month saw the launch of the bi-partisan Ahmadiyya Muslim Caucus. Here’s why.
Your faith can cost you a lot. Under the healthcare law, will it cost you your business?
In the tumultuous period ahead, we should remember that our Founders had it right: religion is a matter of choice, not coercion.
While the Founding Fathers mostly saw religion as positive for society, they also believed that government should not play favorites among the faiths.