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How Federal Regulations Could Reduce Faith-Based Worker Supply as It Has Already Done to Health Care Worker Supply

The progressive agenda may not always clearly communicate what it is for, but when it comes to what it opposes, the evidence is everywhere. Exhibit A includes recent aggressive actions against religious and conservative organizations—including educational institutions—at the hands of federal, state, and local officials. Refuge in the judicial branch appears to be a false […]

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“The idea that the government needs to police the church also assumes the goodness of government. With the IRS as the government agency overseeing church and pastor speech, that assumption is—frankly—laughable. We need only look at the many scandals the IRS has been involved in the past few years to see that it can’t be trusted.”  (Christiana Holcomb)

From Danbury to D.C. – The Role of Government in Today’s Christian Colleges

The concerns about religious liberties among Christian college administrators is as real today as it was for those of the Danbury Baptist Association in 1801. In fact, over 80% of Christian college administrators surveyed by the Association of Business Administrators of Christian Colleges (ABACC) in both 2016 and again in 2019, had concerns not just […]

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Religious liberty in education has been under an alarming attack since the federal government began to use federal aid as a mechanism for influencing and controlling the education landscape in the mid-20th century.

Importance of Religious Liberty Protections for Christian Educational Institutions

Everyone must care about religious liberty protections: Christian colleges and universities, churches, para-church organizations, faith-based charities, international mission-based organizations (like IMB), and families with children looking to obtain higher education. Effectively, all organizations that rely on Christian college graduates or any families that are concerned about future options for their children to attend a values-based, […]

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