WASHINGTON (Whitehead Law Firm) – The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments by teleconference, Jan. 12, in an important case involving campus religious freedom and the legal doctrine of mootness, which limits the on-going jurisdiction of federal courts to hear cases. The case is Chike Uzuegbunam v. Preczewski (CHEE’-kay Oo-zah-BUN’-um v. Pray-CHESS-key). Chike is a […]
Somewhere in a Venezuelan prison, *Luis, a 26-year-old inmate, recently received new life after placing His trust in Christ. And his newfound faith has been bolstered in large part due to a new Bible he received through a partnership with LifeWay and an organization that has been mobilized to distribute copies of God’s Word throughout the country.
Barely noticed, but each year since 1993, U.S. presidents have declared Jan. 16 to be Religious Freedom Day. It calls upon Americans to observe Jan. 16 through appropriate events and activities in homes, schools and places of worship. “Religious freedom is a cornerstone of our Republic, a core principle of our Constitution, and a fundamental human right,” said President George W. Bush in issuing the proclamation in 2002.