World Council of Churches Stands By As Christians Perish, Churches Wither
Malcolm Lowe, Gatestone Institute
The World Council of Churches (WCC) in Geneva claims to represent and serve 345 churches worldwide. What has it done to help the persecuted churches in Iraq, Syria and Egypt? Or the flood of Syrian refugees into Jordan and Lebanon?
Lawyers for Hobby Lobby asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to take up the company’s lawsuit against the federal health care law’s requirement that coverage include access to the morning-after pill.
State Dept. Stays Mute on Persecuted Religious Minorities Worldwide
Leanna Baumer, FRC Blog
A post designed to elevate the status of religious freedom in American foreign policy and to move around intractable State Department bureaucracy by directly advising the Secretary of State, the U.S. Ambassador-At-Large for International Religious Freedom in recent years has functioned instead as a sidelined figure in diplomatic efforts.
Faith and freedom depend on each other
Ed Feulner, Washington Times
Religious liberty is as characteristic of America as our democratic political system and our free-market economy.