Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church and School

May 28, 2010 ...

The school argues that under the “ministerial exception,” it should be allowed to require its teachers to conform to the religious tenets of the organization. The Sixth Circuit Court found that a teacher could not be categorized as a “ministerial employee” since Perich’s primary duties at the religious school were secular. If the ruling holds, …

Christian Legal Society v. Martinez

February 19, 2010 ...

This case has far-reaching implications for religious liberty, which is a foundational concern of the National Association of Evangelicals. If this policy of Hastings College of Law to exclude CLS from recognition as a campus organization is upheld, it could allow every public college and university in the United States to exclude all evangelical Christian …

Economic and Cultural Renewal

January 1, 1999 ...

The National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) supports in principle the vision of economic and cultural renewal through private organizations, and supports legislative initiatives targeted at community renewal, economic empowerment, and educational opportunities for low-income families. As a means of encouraging economic development and promoting effective private compassion, NAE urges careful consideration of the following three …

Declaration for Public Education

January 1, 1998 ...

Whereas, public schools were founded as one of the means of educating future generations to be capable of assuming their responsibilities as citizens, discover truth and develop moral character; Whereas, the churches and all people of faith have an opportunity to assist local schools and communities to secure a safe learning environment, academic excellence, meaningful …