Polish pro-life leader found ‘not guilty’ in criminal suit by top abortion activist

Women who use abortion drug feel more pain, emotional distress: study

‘Blood streamed across his body’: Leaked report details chilling stories of China one-child policy

Churches under attack in Indonesia

UK: Primary schools ‘punished’ for resisting sex education

Germany slams ‘stupid’ US plans to boost EU rescue fund

Fearing Change, Syria’s Christians Back Assad

FFRF: It takes constant vigilance to keep the Gideons out of public schools

New abortion rules for minors clear Ohio Senate

NM: Debate Sparked Over Public Ceremonies In Churches

Democrats Object to Probe of Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz

Australia women allowed to take on frontline military role

Zogby: Cain 28%, Perry 18%, Romney 17%, Paul 11%

Study of Religiously-Mediated Sexual Orientation Change Published in Respected Scientific Journal

    Christian Newswire: Many professional voices proclaim that it is impossible to change homosexual orientation, and that the attempt to change is commonly and inherently harmful. Psychologists Stanton L. Jones (Wheaton College, IL) and Mark A. Yarhouse (Regent University) have just published in the respected, peer-reviewed Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy the final results of their longitudinal study of individuals seeking sexual orientation change through involvement in a variety of Christian ministries affiliated with Exodus International. The results show change to be possible for some, and the attempt not harmful on average.

  • Posted: 09/27/2011
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: www.christiannewswire.com

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Alan E. Sears: “In Montana, University Officials Fear Religious Activities Mean The ‘Big Sky’ Is Falling”

Pornography has no place in our culture

‘Mens Rea’ Legal Protection Erodes in U.S. as Federal Criminal Code Expands

    Gary Fields and John R. Emshwiller at WSJ.com: This legal protection is now being eroded as the U.S. federal criminal code dramatically swells. In recent decades, Congress has repeatedly crafted laws that weaken or disregard the notion of criminal intent. Today not only are there thousands more criminal laws than before, but it is easier to fall afoul of them.

  • Posted: 09/27/2011
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  • Category: Bench & Bar
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  • Source: online.wsj.com

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CNN: “Why young Christians aren’t waiting anymore”

Apple, Google censoring religion, NRB says

UK: MEPs welcome ‘historic turning point’ on UN gay rights vote

WH Pressures Ford to Pull Bailout Ad

MI: Township modifies ordinance to please adult-themed business

GA: Father Upset Over Homework Promoting Polygamy, Islam

Pakistan school expels girl for blasphemy

Congress to Investigate Planned Parenthood Abortion Business

“Same-sex marriage cases wind their way to Supreme Court as political climate changes”

Iran: Christian Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani faces potential execution for conversion

Supremes asked to look into Obama birth eligibility in Alan Keyes suit

Conservative leader: Christie wouldn’t appeal to evangelicals

“Census: 131,729 gay couples report they’re married”

ADF asks Supreme Court to halt NYC unequal access policy

“Pentagon Official to Be Named White House LGBT Liaison, Advocates Say”

Proposed Law Aims to Stop Criminalization of HIV Transmission

ADF to students: We want to ‘See You at the Pole’

Australia: Rape-in-marriage case taken to High Court

Six House Democrats Press DOMA Lawyer for ‘Briefing’

Kansas: Legislators Question Marriage Incentive Audit

Rebecca Burgoyne: More Parents Defying Vaccination Requirements

Justice Scalia Takes Sides in Same-Sex Dorm Dispute

U.S. Health Insurance Cost Rises Sharply, Study Finds

TN: Student prayer event has strict guidelines for teachers

PA: Clash over abortion measures renewed in House

NOM Announces New Chairman of the Board – John Eastman

“Observers see gay agenda threatening religious freedom”

More lawsuits for the Indiana State Fair

Supreme Court Review Requested in Christian Soccer Camp Case

    Liberty Counsel: Today Liberty Counsel filed a Petition for Writ of Certiorari at the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of Victory Through Jesus Ministry Foundation (“Victory”) in its lawsuit against Lee’s Summit School District. Victory offers Victory Soccer Camp (VSC), a Christian summer sports camp program, throughout the Midwest. The district refused to include the soccer camp’s flyers along with the other information given to students about secular community activities for youth.

  • Posted: 09/27/2011
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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IVF babies up to 10 times more likely to suffer rare genetic disorders: geneticist

Planned Parenthood, ACLU create front organization to defeat pro-life legislation – “Mississippians for Healthy Families”

Indiana Asks Court to Uphold Planned Parenthood De-Funding

Chuck Colson: No Ethics in Bioethics When Abortion of Twins Advocated

Senators Reach Deal on 10 Judicial Nominees

How Much Is Truly at Stake in the Legal Battle Over Obamacare?

Assisted Suicide – A New Campaign in Canada

VA: ACLU Sues Virginia County Over Sectarian Prayers

Britain Sees Rise In Polygamy Among Young Muslims

White House’s ‘We the People’ Website Attracts Anti-God Petitions

Special Interests Sue to Remove Arizona Children with Special Needs From Private Schools

Kansas urges rejection of block on insurance law

Alabama: Bay Minette delays sending nonviolent offenders to church after ACLU complains

TX: Courts could get county commission prayer issue

Alliance Defense Fund sponsoring “See you at the Pole” September 28 to pray at school flagpoles

Obama Won’t Seek Hearing on Health Law, Setting Stage for High Court Case

Coca-Cola chief: US less business friendly than China

Saudi woman to be lashed for defying driving ban

Video: Police ban Bible from Christian café