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The Misunderstanding of Religious Education

April, 2011

The Sixth Circuit's opinion in Hosanna-Tabor that the Supreme Court has agreed to review illustrates precisely the need for a robust First Amendment, and why secular courts staffed with judges who are often hostile to religion and religious ideas are unsuited to essentially make hiring decisions for religious schools.

Videos

Prisoner at War

November, 2013

"Liberty Insider" host, Lincoln Steed, and Seventh-day Adventist associate general counsel, Todd McFarland, discuss the religious liberty rights of an often marginalized segment of society: prisoners. Do prisoners have the ability to practice their faith as their conscience dictates? Should they?

Branding Iron

November, 2013

"Liberty Insider" host Lincoln Steed and Seventh-day Adventist Church associate general counsel, Todd McFarland, delve into the "Why, How, and For What Purpose?" of the decision to register a denomination's name as a trademark.

To Go or Not to Go

November, 2013

Liberty editor Lincoln Steed and Seventh-day Adventist Church associate general counsel, Todd McFarland, share the tragic and bizarre story of the current imprisonment of local pastor Antonio Monteiro in Togo.

Legal Eagle

November, 2013

Liberty editor, Lincoln Steed, and Todd McFarland, associate general counsel for the Seventh-day Adventist Church, discuss the role, function, and necessity of the church's in house legal department.

I Hear a Symphony

November, 2013

Liberty editor, Lincoln Steed, queries Seventh-day Adventist associate general counsel, Todd McFarland, on the current climate and future direction of the Supreme Court in regard to religious freedom.

Defending the Defenseless

November, 2013

Liberty editor, Lincoln Steed, and Seventh-day Adventist Church associate general counsel, Todd McFarland, discuss the church's longstanding commitment to defending the rights of its members -- as well as non-members -- most often in the case of workplace religious discrimination.

Articles

If the Cap Fits

October, 2015

A question of head covering and employment

Banner Speech

March, 2013

Schools are a tricky place for the First Amendment.

Hosanna Tabor

November, 2011

The Supreme Court Hears Arguments in a Case with Far-Reaching Implications for Church Organizations

877-721-3700: New Helpline for Religious Rights

November, 2010

Having a right means little if you don't have a mechanism to enforce it. For years the Seventh-day Adventist Church has had a program in place to protect...

An Empty Gesture

September, 2010

Salazar v. Buono: The continuing legal saga of the cross in the desert.

A Right of Passage

January, 2009

Sometimes workplace religious accommodation comes slowly...

Field of Dreams

January, 2008

A central part of the "American Dream" has always been home ownership. Images of a white picket fence, a yard to cut, and a place to call one's own are...

The Real Deal

September, 2007

Robert Lesure was good at his job, and that was about to cause him a problem. An assistant recreation supervisor for the city of Albany, Georgia, Parks...

Revisiting Everson: My Country - Sweet Land

March, 2007

A presenter at a conference on religious liberty recently told a story about a woman from east central Texas he met on an airplane. The woman was...

The Jury Delivers: Not UPS

November, 2006

As a trial lawyer, there is nothing quite like the sheer panic of the interval between getting the call from the judge's chambers that the jury has a...

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