Pastors encouraged to ‘push the envelope’ in pulpit

Baker bullied, monitored, forced to attend sensitivity training, won’t back down over gay wedding cakes

Arizona lawyer will speak on nondiscrimination ordinance Friday

Victory! College student can preach on campus

Arizona County shutting church down for money Arizona says it doesn’t owe

Student sues university over ‘Mother God’ flyers

Bakery will stop making wedding cakes after losing discrimination appeal

Baker forced to make gay wedding cakes, undergo sensitivity training after losing lawsuit

Atherton to discuss transgender bathroom policy

Taxpayers ask Minn. Supreme Court to reinstate abortion funding challenge

Colorado baker must make cakes for gay weddings, panel rules

Commission upholds order that Christian baker must make cakes for ‘gay weddings’

Church raises funds, but not enough, to fend off foreclosure

Education lacks free speech tolerance

U-turn over Bible ban at US high school

Tis the season for censoring school speeches

Religion in America: accommodation, not coercion

You will join the freedom of religion witch hunt … or else

Judge sides with Texas school district in ‘Tattoo Jesus’ lawsuit

Christian man loses battle with school district over tattooed Jesus billboard

School district apologizes for showing pro-homosexual film

Colo. cake artist considering appeal of Civil Rights Commission decision

In higher education, low tolerance for free speech

Civil rights commission says Lakewood baker discriminated against gay couple

Hearing in Colorado baker’s refusal to serve gay people

‘Illegal Tax Bill’ could shut down Arizona church

Federal judge rules in favor of Lubbock ISD in Jesus Tattoo lawsuit

The New Yorker urges “serious look” at pro-marriage legal arguments

Artistic expression at stake in Colo. cake artist case

Churches beat atheists

Wisconsin school district ‘apologizes’ for showing pro-same-sex marriage video

Eight scary things abortion activists have said

In higher education, low tolerance for free speech

History and recent developments in same-sex marriage litigation

Victories propel same-sex marriage movement

Atheists lose latest legal fight over ‘In God We Trust’

University appeals bias ruling for conservative prof

Court rules against atheist who sought to remove ‘In God We Trust’ from U.S. currency

Court dismisses most of atheist lawsuit against Hawaiian churches

Administrators declare university policy trumps U.S. Constitution

ADF letter prompts Minn. school to allow Bible verse in graduation speech

Two churches hear verdict in fight with atheists

National motto on money OK, says court

Atheists lose latest legal fight over ‘In God We Trust’

Despite rapid march of same-sex marriage in only a year, opponents vow not to give up

Church rent lawsuit moves ahead

Portion of church vs. state lawsuit dismissed

School district apologizes for imposing homosexual propaganda film on students

2nd Circuit upholds ‘In God We Trust’ on US currency

Court guts renewed lawsuit against Oahu churches

Brown v. Board of Education turns sixty

Federal judge grants Cornerstone temporary relief from Affordable Care Act birth control mandate

Wisconsin school district apologizes for showing students one-sided video that promotes same-sex marriage

Unisex school bathrooms in Ariz. miss the point

Four things you need to know about Barronelle Stutzman’s story

On campuses, the continuing struggle against ignorance – and arrogance

Christian colleges win injunction against Obamacare

Will public prayer return? Officials discuss high court’s 5-4 decision

Liberal groups show how far they will go to the left

Colombia Senate votes: “There is no right to abortion”

ADF commends Wis. school for apology after showing children same-sex marriage propaganda video

Public university forbids criticizing religious group as a cult

Federal judge rules Christian colleges don’t have to comply with Obamacare contraception mandate

Cameron University faces lawsuit over flyers

Court blocks birth control mandate for two Christian colleges

First round freedom win for Dordt College and Cornerstone University against HHS mandate

No ‘right’ to abortion in Colombia

Human rights at stake in upcoming European Parliament elections

It’s time to end public university speech zones

Dordt College wins first round against HHS mandate