Although the General Conference building has been closed for three weeks due to the COVID-19 virus and while church members and their families are required to stay in their homes, the PARL team is hard at work, also from our homes, continuing to defend your right to religious freedom and your other rights as underlined in international human rights treaties, covenants and declarations .
A proposed Congressional resolution calling for the repeal of anti-blasphemy and apostasy laws worldwide will shine a much-needed spotlight on the destructive impact of these laws, according to the Seventh-day Adventist world church’s representative on Capitol Hill.
The US government’s top Supreme Court lawyer recommended to the Court on December 9 that it should hear a case with potentially far-reaching implications for Sabbath-keepers in the workplace.
Seventh-day Adventist advocates are working to protect this vital human right within a culture that has grown skeptical of many religious freedom claims.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church, which publishes Liberty, has endorsed the Fairness for All Act’s balanced, principled approach to the ongoing conflict between religious freedom and LGBT rights.
This ongoing series of short video messages provides insights into the art and science of sharing the love of God with all people, especially with people of influence, decisions makers and public officials. Dr. Ganoune Diop, director of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty for the Seventh-day Adventist world church, offers reflections on vital issues related to engaging others on spiritual matters.