BP This Week: Religious Freedom Abroad and Its Limits at Home

Ed Stetzer and John Stonestreet applaud the U.S. State Department’s unprecedented three-day Ministerial for the Advancement of Religion Freedom, and specifically former Congressman Frank Wolf, who gave a rousing speech on behalf of persecuted Christians. They also review the latest domestic religious freedom stories, including an Oregon couple convicted of murder for failing to seek medical treatment for their newborn, the ACLU’s lawsuit against Michigan adoption agencies for not placing children with same-sex couples, and the pressure and boycotts against U.S. national soccer player, Jaelene Hinkle for her Christian beliefs.

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