For more than 170 years, the Seventh-day Adventist Church has promoted freedom of belief for all people. For Adventists, the principle of religious freedom has strong biblical, historical, and theological foundations.
“Reconstructing Religious Liberty in a Time of Religious and Secular Extremes”
October 20-21, University Church, Southern Adventist University
The NAD Public Affairs and Religious Liberty ministry is excited to announce its upcoming October 20-21 conference “Reconstructing Religious Liberty in a Time of Religious and Secular Extremes.” Hosted by the University Church in partnership with Southern Adventist University, this two-day event will explore new ways to talk about religious freedom within a culturally and politically polarized America.
Religious Employment Rights
In the United States, the religious freedom challenge most often experienced by Seventh-day Adventists is the religious rights of employees in the secular workspace.
Vaccines and Religious Exemptions
The North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists is committed to sharing hope and wholeness through the healing ministry of Christ by promoting the Church’s historic health message.