Category Archives: Religious Liberty

Pastors speak up on city’s decision to drop subpoenas

Mayor Parker withdraws subpoenas issued to Houston pastors in HERO lawsuit

Is it wrong for Christians to defend their rights?

The best of times

Guess how many Bibles have arrived at the office of the Houston Mayor after she subpoenaed pastors’ sermons

Americans believe in heaven, hell, and a little bit of heresy

Why Americans want more religion in their politics

‘Simon Says Tolerance’: Do what I say, not what I do

The City Podcast: Worship as a political act

‘Satanist’ claims he destroyed Ten Commandments statue in Oklahoma

Tale of two women: one Republican, one Democrat

A new time for choosing on life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness

    The Heritage Foundation: America exists to defend the unalienable rights of the Declaration of Independence: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” These truths have been challenged in the past 50 years in ways that Ronald Reagan could not have imagined in 1964. Unless they are protected in law and—more important—lived out in culture, constitutional self-government will be increasingly at risk. In this new time for choosing, we must return to the synthesis of the American Founding: ordered liberty based on faith and reason, natural rights and morality, limited government and civil society—with the laws of nature and nature’s God providing the standard.


  • Posted: 10/27/2014
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Chaplains to Air Force: Do not deny religious freedom to servicemen and women

The university as a cross-cultural mission

Evangelicals road test 2016 strategy

Conservatives, America, and natural law

Liberals most likely to defriend you on Facebook

State’s billboard regulations violate First Amendment

How should pastors deal with politics in the pulpit?

Couer d’Alene City Attorney confirms: conservative Christian ministers’ wedding chapel business must provide same-sex marriage ceremonies

Good news for the naked public university

Houston sermons are, legally speaking, fair game

A tale of targeting

Twitter temporarily blocks petition supporting Houston pastors

Coming out as Christian in the Academy

Floyd: Stand up for Houston pastors

In Alabama, the religiously ‘unaffiliated’ now surpasses this major religious group

Jesus painting, removed from school, now on lit sign

Mike Huckabee asks pastors across the US to send sermons, Bibles to Houston mayor

Georgia school board unanimously votes to remove Scripture from sculpture

NC school officials not releasing kindergartner unconstitutional

‘God’s Not Dead’ writers spotlight religious liberty in upcoming movie

Georgia high school will remove Bible verses from football monument fearing atheists’ lawsuit

Satanic temple wants display of Satan descending into hell to be featured inside Florida’s capitol

Kevin Sorbo: ‘Christians in Hollywood are attacked,’ star of ‘Let the Lion Roar’ says

Son of Tony Campolo comes out as agnostic, hired as humanist chaplain at California university

Coach-led prayers no longer allowed at South Dakota high school following complaint

University students threatened by officials for distributing U.S. Constitution copies outside of controversial “free speech zone”

Sen. Cruz: City of Houston Has No Business Asking Pastors for Sermons

New York high school lifts ban on students’ Christian club amid threat of legal action

Liberal hypocrisy and the soft bigotry of low expectations

A conservative Christian’s reflections on life in the legal ivory tower

    Canon and Culture: Tish Warren’s recent essay in Christianity Today brought many questions back up to the surface for me and many Christians who have been associated with Vanderbilt University over the past few years. Did we do everything we could to stand up for truth in a loving and compassionate way during the debates over religious association policies? What role did we play as we urged administrators to realize we are not the equivalent of segregationists and we just want to ensure our Christian organization leaders are in fact followers of Christ? What lessons can other students at other schools learn from what we went through?


  • Posted: 10/14/2014
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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No, Democrats haven’t won the culture war

Religious liberty at a crossroads?

Feds ask full Sixth Circuit to review Amish beard-cutting case

Christian college forms board to review policy prohibiting homosexual behavior

The culture wars – have we lost?

Gordon College says compassion, yes; compromise, no

Indiana trooper sued for sharing gospel during traffic stop

Catholic church opposes latest version of HHS birth control mandate

Connecticut targets homeschoolers

Muslim inmate expected to prevail in Supreme Court religious freedom case

Florida couple keeps statues of Jesus, Virgin Mary on property despite threat of legal action by HOA

In defense of Gordon College

Argument report: Trouble at the lectern

I was free to find religion in prison; Will the Supreme Court protect that freedom?

California bishops contest state ruling on abortion coverage

Scalia defends keeping God, religion in public square

Gordon College studies same-sex behavior ban amid accreditation questions

Gordon College will lose accreditation over behavioral standards

Pastors: Get the facts then share them with your church

Case of Muslim woman denied job at Abercrombie & Fitch to go before Supreme Court

What the future holds

Hats off to the University of Tennessee for standing up for public prayer

What do Americans pray for? Themselves. And maybe a sports team

When Jews are bigoted against conservative Christians

Muslim inmate takes his case for a beard to the Supreme Court

Christian bakers who declined to make same-sex ‘wedding’ cake face bankruptcy over govt. fine

Names of 1,000+ insurance plans that fund elective abortion in ObamaCare released