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Good news for the right of Christians to make business decisions on faith

ADF attorneys may appeal ruling forcing Christian college to provide access to abortion pills

ADF to European Parliament: UK ‘three-parent embryo’ legislation illegal

Common ground in the vaccine wars

High Price for Pro-Life Family: The Stormans family needs your help

Same-sex wedding cakes: Journalistic framing again comes into play

Four reasons for hope in the Scottish midwives case

What are ‘Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity Ordinances’?

Canadian Supreme Court opens very narrow door to doctor-prescribed death

ADF to Congress: DC must abandon bills coercing organizations against their missions

6th Circuit: faith-based groups can make employment decisions consistent with beliefs

Same-sex marriage decision forces Christian bakers’ bankruptcy

More than 60% of U.S. kids live with two biological parents

ADF attorneys to testify on wide range of Colo. bills

Where progressives and Evangelicals agree – clarify IRS rules on political speech

The abuse of ‘human rights’

PBS documentary glamorizes ‘right-to-die’

“Suicide By Doctor”: A policy brief for Centennial Institute

Idaho committee soundly defeats bill riddled with constitutional, legal concerns

The shady world of surrogacy exposed in Italy

Canadian court upholds religious freedom of law students

How the contraception mandate may spread measles: Politicizing preventative care increases public distrust

ADF: U. of Wis. Hospitals shouldn’t let disabled patients starve

ADF joins panel discussion on vague tax laws muzzling nonprofits, churches

Owner of Colo. senior centers receives permanent order against abortion-pill mandate

ADF to Supreme Court: NYC’s arguments to throw out churches fall short

Atlanta is burning: A new and ominous threat to religious liberty

Do church signs clutter the right-of-way more than political signs do?

Obama admin. agrees to pay $570K to Conestoga Wood Specialties’ attorneys

ADF: Don’t force cake artist who supports same-sex marriage to speak against her beliefs

Why pro-life students deserve our support and gratitude

ADF to Supreme Court: Uphold free speech of students in US flag T-shirt case

Fire chief axed after taking a stand for Christ

Christians celebrate Supreme Court approval of religious prison beards

9-0 Supreme Court victory for religious liberty

The worn out euphemisms of abortion

Here’s what five Supreme Court Justices have said about same-sex marriage

The new orthodoxy: Why same-sex marriage can and does affect you

    Breakpoint: Activists for same-sex marriage routinely insist that Christians have nothing to fear from their proposals to restructure society’s basic institutions. It simply won’t affect us, we’re told. But when the conflict between same-sex couples’ newly-minted “rights” and Christians’ religious liberty becomes clear—as it has for Christian photographers, florists, bakers, caterers, ministers, and adoption agencies that are expected to solemnize same-sex couples as marriages—the tables turn. Then we’re told that Christians’ right to recuse themselves from celebrations they consider sinful must yield before the superior claim of sexual freedom. Such, said one New Mexico judge, is “the price of citizenship.”

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One pastor’s tedious defense of the First Amendment

The Reed Report: A summary of the coverage from Reed v. Town of Gilbert this week

Keep the momentum going: Take a stand for life 42 years after Roe v. Wade

US Supreme Court agrees to hear 6th Circuit marriage cases

In the shadow of Roe v. Wade – Prayers and the legal push for life

Religious freedom doesn’t cease in the workplace; An interview with Barronelle Stutzman

Pa. porn shop’s effort to stifle free speech fails

City, mayor of Atlanta playing with constitutional fire

ADF to court: Mo. can’t arbitrarily choose which Christian pre-school qualifies for scrap tire program

No treatment under Obamacare for HIV+ man because he won’t pay for abortions

Meet the church whose small signs led to a big case at the Supreme Court

Supreme Court hears church fight over Arizona town sign law

Supreme Court justices laugh at Arizona town’s church sign laws

Revealed: Colo. commissioner compared cake artist to Nazi

Comments on Supreme Court oral arguments in Reed v. Town of Gilbert

Should the government get a free pass to censor the free speech of churches?

ADF to defend free speech at US Supreme Court Monday

The freedom to be a Christian college

Atlanta fire chief fired for expressing Christian beliefs

How many is 57 million?