To put it briefly, Alliance Defending Freedom was established in 1994 by well-known Christians. ADF has fought for the rights of clients of all faiths and no faith, including Christians, Jews, Muslims, Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and atheists.
Throughout our time advocating for students’ rights to free expression on college campuses, we have represented students of a wide range of religious affiliations, political perspectives, and sexual orientations.
ADF International is working to prevent the genocide of Christians, Yazidis, Shia Muslims, and other religious minorities in the United States and abroad.
An essential part of practicing one’s religion freely is being able to do so in public places apart from one’s home or place of worship. It’s the belief that everyone should be treated fairly and that the government should have minimal authority.
These assurances must stand firm regardless of public opinion or political pressure. Our collective responsibility is to ensure that everyone enjoys the same rights under the law as we do.
For this to work, Alliance Defending Freedom may need to consider and even tolerate points of view with which we fundamentally disagree.
For a very long time, U.S. judicial decisions upholding religious freedom have paid particular attention to safeguarding historically persecuted faiths.
The ADF’s Beliefs
The Bible teaches that God made the sexes to complement one another perfectly and that there is no way to alter the inherent binary nature of sexuality.
It’s a relief to know that the Supreme Court has upheld a view on marriage shared by decent people based on solid religious and philosophical principles.
Sometimes we take on cases for people who hold similar ideas and want nothing more than to be left alone. We deal with people who want to live their lives without fear of retaliation from the government. If you want to learn more about ADF, just click here.
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