70 percent of the world’s population lives where governments use technology to suppress human rights and religion.

Published in Commentaries
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 12:00

Houston subpoenas doubly disturbing

It both violates religious freedom and fans the fears of conspiracy theorists.

Published in Commentaries

Leaders of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, Southern Baptist Convention and two Baptist state conventions in Texas have formed a united front against government intrusion into religion.

Published in Social Issues
Thursday, 16 October 2014 13:40

Baptist leaders oppose subpoenaing of pastors

Baptists across the theological spectrum agree that religious liberty for anyone means religious liberty for all.

Published in Social Issues

Charles Watson Jr. is a Baptist-endorsed chaplain. But at 33 he’s found what’s likely to be a lifelong passion — advocating for religious liberty.

Published in People

Shelton Miles will advocate on behalf of the BGAV’s religious liberty committee.

Published in Mid-Atlantic News

Shelton Miles will advocate on behalf of the BGAV’s religious liberty committee.

Published in People

Russell Moore says he is less concerned about America becoming a purely secular state than a government that has the power to determine which religious voices deserve a hearing in the public square.

Published in Social Issues

The military, like other branches of government, faces challenges in an increasingly pluralistic society to accommodate religious belief without endorsing it.

Published in Organizations
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 13:41

Freely chosen

We need to cultivate spaces of conversation that allow people, without coercion, to discover the God who is there.

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