The Free to be Faithful® newsletter highlights important and relevant details on religious liberty issues that impact the rights of Christians to live faithfully.
In the summer issue, read:
- A lawsuit filed by an LGBT group that seeks to strip federal financial aid from college students for attending faith-based universities that espouse biblical beliefs on marriage, gender and sexuality;
- Critical race theory from a Lutheran perspective;
- A case going to the U.S. Supreme Court over Mississippi’s Gestational Age Act, which protects pregnant mothers and unborn children by limiting abortions after 15 weeks; and
- A lawsuit against the dean of the Evangelical Lutheran Mission Diocese of Finland and a Member of Parliament over the publication of a 2004 pamphlet espousing Lutheran views on sexuality and marriage.
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