Each year, there are countless cases around the nation challenging believers and their constitutional rights.
In a recent example, Christian teacher Maureen Rigo and her students were told by police to stop praying outside the U.S. Supreme Court because it was against the law.
The officers cited a statute that prohibits parades and processions on Supreme Court grounds.
Many see this and several other instances as an attack on Judeo-Christian beliefs.
The Alliance Defense Fund, a Christian legal group, sent a letter to Supreme Court officials July 15, urging them to stop their police from violating people's constitutionally protected rights.
But author David Brog says it's "dangerous" that these blatant assaults on Judaism and Christianity take place at all.
In his book In Defense of Faith, Brog argues that the "most horrid atrocities" occur when people are detached from Judeo-Christian values.
Click play for Brog's comments on how religious faith is under assault and what believers must do to defend their faith.