The Family Research Council and Liberty Institute issued a 140 page report alleging 600 incidents over the last 10 years against Christianity.
I could not find much hostility toward Christianity. I did see a lot of incidents where Christians were trying to get their pitch into settings meant to be secular.
A more helpful approach by the Family Research Council would be to persuade Christians not to, for example, pray to Jesus when praying at public functions where people of many faiths or of no faith are present. They may have the right to mention Jesus, but should not be surprised if they encounter one of the 600 hostile incidents.
I can understand people who have lived in circumstances where people wore their religion on their sleeves are surprised when they encounter criticism. Things have changed.
Several of the grievances mentioned by the Family Research Council had to do with government policies and court decisions. I have not kept score, but it seems to me Christian interests continue to do well in court and in government policy. Certainly, if you go to the website of the American Law and Justice Center, Pat Robertson’s legal operation, you will see a list of the victories.
In my view, it is not that there are too many acts of hostility toward pushing the faith in public, it’s that there are not enough. There are still countless public meetings in the U. S. everyday as well as public schools who still pray to Jesus Christ.