European Religious Envoy Position to be Reinstated in the Wake of Demands From Faith Leaders, Politicians and Civil Society
Facing intense pressure from faith leaders across Europe’s Christian, Jewish and Muslim communities, as well as parliamentarians, national representatives, scholars and civil society, the European Commission has decided to restore the position of Special Envoy to promote Freedom of Religion or Belief
Academics From the Religion and Public Life Program at Rice University Offer Advice on Achieving Racial Justice
As the Black Lives Matter movement swept the country and inspired worldwide protest, two academics specializing in religion and community life addressed what churches can do to confront and reverse racial injustice.
Baptist Group Champions Religious Liberty Through Activism, Education and Training
Under the motto “Faith. Freedom. For All,” the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty (BJC) “brings people together” to tackle three threats to religious liberty in America.
Survey Finds Faith Strengthened by the COVID-19 Pandemic
One in four Americans reports their faith has become stronger as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a nationwide survey.