BLOGBlog Series: Defending Religious Freedom After the Election

By Sarah Kramer Posted on: | January 05, 2017

Did you miss our “After the Election” blog series in December?

We took a look at some current threats to religious freedom and the opportunities we have to strengthen this foundational freedom moving forward in 2017. You can read each of the blog posts below.

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After the Election: What Happens to the Church?

There is reason for cautious optimism after the election, but there is also much work to be done to ensure that the Church in America remains free to proclaim and live out the Gospel.

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After the Election: Defending the Freedom of Conscience in Healthcare

The freedom of conscience is under attack – especially for healthcare professionals. But the good news is that we have a rare opportunity to defend ourselves like never before.

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After the Election: Defending the First Amendment on Campus

If we are to pass along freedom to the next generation, we must ensure that the campuses where they are taught model those freedoms today.

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After the Election: Are You Free to Live Out Your Beliefs?

With the recent election comes an opportunity to defend and restore the freedom to live out your beliefs without fear of government punishment.

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After the Election: The Path to Protecting Student Privacy

This coming year, courts should protect the privacy and dignity of all students by prohibiting the federal government from forcing public schools to allow students to access locker rooms designated for the opposite sex.

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With the new year comes a new president, new cases, and new opportunities to defend religious freedom. Will you join with us?


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Sarah Kramer

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Sarah worked as an investigative reporter before joining the Alliance Defending Freedom team.

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