Many of the stories you hear on the First Liberty Briefing come from the cases we are working on at First Liberty Institute. Others are drawn from the body of cases that we use to ply our religious liberty trade. But, many of the stories that we tell are drawn from Undeniable, our annual survey on religious hostility in America.
Thank you for joining us for the First Liberty Briefing, an exclusive podcast where host Jeremy Dys—also First Liberty Senior Counsel—provides an insider’s look at the stories, cases, people and laws that have made America the world’s leader in protecting religious liberty.
On the occasion of our 100th episode, let me give you a peek behind the curtain of this program.
We started the First Liberty Briefing because we wanted to tell the story of Religious Liberty in America. Most of us know something about the First Amendment and others have heard about various protections in the law for our Religious Liberty, but unless you’re paying careful attention you may have missed how Religious Liberty unfolds in everyday life.
At First Liberty Institute, we protect Religious Liberty for all Americans. That is why we sample stories from each of our four areas of focus: Religious Liberty in the Church, the schools, military, and public square.
But, many of the stories that we tell are drawn from Undeniable – our annual survey on religious hostility in America. For the last several years, we’ve collected and published a sizable book cataloging the annual threats our Religious Liberty faces.
So, whether you read Undeniable or listen to The First Liberty Briefing, thanks for partnering with First Liberty to preserve and defend Religious Liberty.
To learn how First Liberty is protecting Religious Liberty for all Americans, visit FirstLiberty.org.
First Liberty Institute is the largest organization in the nation dedicated exclusively to protecting religious freedom for all Americans. Find out more here.
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