Alan J. Reinach
Alan J. Reinach is Executive Director of the Church State Council, the religious liberty educational and advocacy arm of the Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, representing five western states: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada and Utah. His legal practice emphasizes First Amendment religious freedom cases, and religious accommodation cases under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related state civil rights laws. Reinach is also a Seventh-day Adventist minister who speaks regularly on religious freedom topics, and is the host of a nationally syndicated weekly radio broadcast, “Freedom’s Ring.” He is the principal author and editor of Politics and Prophecy: The Battle for Religious Liberty and the Authentic Gospel, and a frequent contributor to Libertymagazine.
Are Churches Essential Services?
Not When Gathering During COVID-19 Quarantine Violates a Pro-Life Ethos
Disaster Relief for Churches?
FEMA aid to houses of worship does not require taxpayers to financially support the propagation of abhorrent religious beliefs.
Liberty Saves the Day
Pacific Union College in Angwin, California, was up against the proverbial wall. A powerful coalition…
". . . to compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions which he disbelieves,…
State Acknowledgement of God
In his book So Help Me God former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court Roy Moore, the "Ten Commandments…
The Two Tables of the Law
For centuries Protestants have found a convenient division between the first and second tables of the ten-commandment law. Roger Williams, the founder of Rhode Island, was the first American to associate two concepts: the separation of church and state an
The Bill of Freedoms A Christian looks at the meaning of God’s ten rules. . .
The legal conflict over the public display of the Ten Commandments provides a wonderful opportunity to…
fter midnight on the last day of the 2003 legislative session, the California legislature adopted a controversial…