Slovenia says no to marriage redefinition

Virginia Senate rejects state funding for abortion ultrasounds

GA Senators expected to pass new abortion law

20,000 Ontarians demand end to abortion funding

More Than 54,000 Rally Against Obama HHS Mandate on Friday

Nadine Dorries MP: There is no evidence to back the Chancellor’s repeal of Sunday trading laws. He should leave them alone.

UK: Changing the law on assisted dying is fraught with danger

UK: Ministers consider changing law on halal meat

Secular bias hits funding for faith groups

Alabama Holds Hearings on Charter Schools

South Carolina Senate Passes Charter School Expansion

Charter schools a point of contention in Olympia

European Church leaders protest Saudi fatwa for destruction of churches

Chinese officials detain bishop, compel him to attend ‘learning classes’

“Gay Marriage Effort Attracts a Novel Group of Donors”

    NY Times: That lunch was a milestone in the dramatic evolution of a behind-the-scenes fund-raising network whose goal is to legalize same-sex marriage from coast to coast. This emerging group of donors is not quite like any other fund-raising network that has supported gay-related issues over the past 40 years. They come from Hollywood, yes, but also from Wall Street and Washington and the corporate world; there are Republicans as well as Democrats; and perhaps most strikingly, longtime gay organizers said, there has been an influx of contributions from straight donors unlike anything they have seen before.


  • Posted: 03/26/2012
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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Daniels picks Massa for Indiana Supreme Court

Russian Court Rejects 2nd Narrower Attempt To Ban Bhagavad Gita Commentary

Secularist Rally On National Mall Draws Thousands

Bankruptcy Code Limit On Deducting Tuition Is Not Free Exercise Infringement

NC: Kannapolis council asked to end prayers

SCOTUS today’s argument recap: Is it a tax and subject to Anti-Injunction Act? Tomorrow on to the mandate

Alan E. Sears: Can Religious Freedom Be Saved?

Ben Bull: Chicken sandwiches for family bad, ice cream for same-sex marriage good?

Joel Oster: El Paso Mayor to Indict Voters Who Don’t Support His Agenda?

Casey Mattox: The Fight Against Abortion Distortion in Rhode Island | Townhall

Catherine Glenn Foster: “ACLU distorts bills aim”: AZ HB 2625 | AZ Republic

Another school district intimidated re: prayer | One News Now

Obamacare commotion | One News Now

“Stronghold for censorship” | California Catholic Daily

ADF Argues Against Guaranteed Right to Assisted Suicide | First Things

Supreme Court questions idea it must wait on healthcare mandate

Multi-faith protesters unite against healthcare mandate | World Mag

Protests Against HHS Abortifacient Mandate in 140 Cities; Will Media Cover?

Obama authorizes himself to declare martial law

CO: Easter egg hunt cancelled due to “helicopter” parents

School District’s Ten Commandments Monument Stirs Controversy

Egypt liberals quit Islamist-led constitution body

Santorum: Romney “worst Republican” to face Obama

Santorum wins Louisiana primary – 49%

Court’s open-minded GOP appointees may give health care a chance

Chinese economic model not so desirable on closer examination

Report from oral argument in Fourth Circuit appeals of First Amendment wins by pregnancy resource centers in Maryland

ADF comment on U.S. Supreme Court’s decision not to review Idaho ban on religious classical texts

Legal Periodical: “The First Amendment’s Religion Clauses: The Calvinist Document That Interprets Them Both”

    Leah Farish, The First Amendment’s Religion Clauses: The Calvinist Document That Interprets Them Both, 12 J. of Religion & Society 1 (2010), Online: http://moses.creighton.edu/JRS/2010/2010-2.pdf.

    This paper suggests that the Westminster Confession of Faith’s provisions about church and state, revised in Philadelphia at the start of the Constitution’s ratifying convention, furnished much of the syntax and vocabulary for the First Amendment’s religion clauses. Recognizing
    the cultural links between the new American government and the Presbyterian Church, the author argues that it was natural for the founders to look to how the new Westminster Confession situated church and state. The author argues that Fisher Ames’s proposed wording for the First Amendment won immediate adoption because it resonated with the Confession, standing as it did in that culture for unity and good sense.


  • Posted: 03/26/2012
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: moses.creighton.edu

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