With the U.S. Supreme Court delivering its Trinity Lutheran Church ruling in favor of the church, the Synod will be looking at the specifics of the decision and its implications for religious liberty.
Jim Campbell, senior counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom, discusses how the charge of being a “hate group” is increasingly being used as a tool to delegitimize points of view and opinions that differ from the progressive narrative.
Roger Drinnon, a U.S. Air Force veteran and LCMS Director of Editorial Services and Media Relations, joined Worldwide KFUO’s Kip Allen during a “Free to be Faithful” program to discuss religious freedom in the U.S. military.
James Gottry, legal counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom, writes that the U.S. Supreme Court might rule in favor of religious nonprofits on the basis of religious discrimination.
The United States Supreme Court on April 19 heard oral arguments for Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia v. Comer, a case involving an LCMS congregation. Alliance Defending Freedom attorney Christiana Holcomb talks about the ‘playground case’ with KFUO Radio host Kip Allen during a “Free to be Faithful” program.
Alliance Defending Freedom attorney Kerri Kupec and KFUO moderator Kip Allen discuss the case of florist Barronelle Stutzman during a “Free to be Faithful” program.
A lawyer from Alliance Defending Freedom is the guest on Worldwide KFUO’s “Free to be Faithful” program on March 15.
The Wyoming Supreme Court rules to admonish Judge Ruth Neely for alleged ethics violations, but finds that she did not break any law in expressing her beliefs.
Jeremy Dys, senior attorney with the First Liberty Institute, discusses the Sweet Cakes by Melissa court case with KFUO Radio host Kip Allen.
Martha Mitkos joined Rev. Marcus Zill on The Student Union radio program to discuss religious liberty and The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s Free to be Faithful initiative on college campuses.
Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod members and guests gathered for the 2017 LCMS Life Conference on Jan. 27-29 at the Westin Arlington Gateway Hotel in Arlington, Va.
Members of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod participated in the National March for Life in Washington, D.C., on Friday, Jan. 27.
The amicus brief supports Richland, Wash., floral designer Barronelle Stutzman, who faces two lawsuits for refusing to use her artistic abilities for a same-sex wedding ceremony.
Delegates adopt six “Church and Culture” resolutions during the LCMS convention’s closing session.
We have received the news of the death of Justice Scalia with deep shock. On the moral issues, on which The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod has taken a public stand (life, marriage and religious freedom), we and all creedal and biblically oriented Christians had no more stalwart friend on the Supreme Court than Justice Scalia.