In this issue of A Public Witness, we review the significance of Christian Nationalism in what occurred on Jan. 6, and then we offer a word of warning about what is missed when this piece of the puzzle is left out.
We travel back to 1962 to consider the Court’s case on prayer in public schools (including how Word&Way praised the ruling at the time). Then we return to the present to analyze the arguments in Carson v. Makin before peering into the future to consider where this dangerous
Members of the Congressional Freethought Caucus met with a group of scholars and activists on Thursday evening to review a new report detailing the role Christian Nationalism played in the insurrection that took place at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
A team of scholars, faith leaders, and advocates unveiled an exhaustive new report Wednesday (Feb. 9) that documents in painstaking detail the role Christian Nationalism played in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol and calling it an unsettling preview of things to come.
In this issue of A Public Witness, we strip away the arguments about churches and government regulations. And we peek at the consequences that could arise from this proposed Texas ballot initiative that purports to uphold the freedom to worship but actually compromises principles of religious
A new three-session adult study curriculum called “Responding to Christian Nationalism” is designed to help pastors who want to educate church members. It is published by the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty and Vote Common Good.
In episode 7 of Dangerous Dogma, Amanda Tyler, executive director of BJC, talks about Christian Nationalism and the Jan. 6 insurrection. She also discusses what it means to advocate for religious liberty for all.
Increased faith-based advocacy is needed to counter Christian nationalism and other anti-democratic forces that sparked the Jan. 6 insurrection and that seek a theocratic future for the nation, according to Amanda Tyler, executive director of Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty.
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We may not have subpoena power or ornate hearing rooms in Washington, D.C., but in this edition of A Public Witness we explore the evil spirit animating Jan. 6 that abides in too many churches and revealed itself at the U.S. Capitol. This is a demon that
Critical Race Theory, the continued racial segregation of U.S. churches and the need to include African Americans more fully in religious liberty campaigns were among the topics discussed during “Religious Liberty Has Been White Too Long: Voices of Black Scholars,” hosted April 14 by Baptist