Victory: Court rules in favor of Ave Maria School of Law against HHS mandate

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

An eerie calm: Iraqi Christians anxiously ponder their future

Why Americans want more religion in their politics

Idaho town bridling in their religious discrimination?

Argentina: Attempted murder of Baptist pastor

Catholic law school not forced to comply with abortion pill mandate

Threatened Christian school: ‘Change British values rules’

Iranian woman hanged for killing rapist leaves message for mother: ‘Death is not the end of life’

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

Support the Houston 5: Join I Stand Sunday to take back America’s pulpits

The City Podcast: Worship as a political act

Secular party set to win Tunisia elections

‘Satanist’ claims he destroyed Ten Commandments statue in Oklahoma

The U.S. commitment to religious freedom abroad: Honoring International Religious Freedom Day

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
  • |
  • Category: Religious Liberty
  • |
  • Source:

  • Tags: , ,

Q&A: Couple look to Paul’s example in resisting order to perform same-sex marriage

‘It has come time to stand against tyranny’

Cross called constitutional since it ‘memorializes’ soldiers

Churches urged to join forces against abortion-coverage mandate

California ups the abortion ante

Churches now forced to pay for abortions in California

Mayor Parker responds to subpoena controversy

Catholic educators appeal to Obama administration for relief from HHS mandate

City backs down, Idaho wedding chapel won’t have to marry same-sex couples

Defending churches: ADF challenges government assaults on religious freedom

Chaplains to Air Force: Do not deny religious freedom to servicemen and women

HHS mandate ‘accommodation’ for non-profits still inadequate

Culture war, spiritual war

Iranian pastor sentenced to six years in prison for spreading Christianity

Boko Haram said to abduct more women in Nigeria

Chinese government continues demolition of church crosses

The FAQs: Are ministers in Idaho required to conduct same-sex weddings?

Hitching Post lawsuit gains national attention

City’s subpoenas of pastors’ sermons draw ire

Unholy coercion on abortion funding in California

Idaho city: Chapel owners exempt from discrimination law

Lawyer: ACLU is ‘terrified’ and ‘running scared’ from the case of the Christian ministers who refuse to perform same-sex weddings

The Johnson Amendment: Freeing America’s pastors from IRS intimidation means repealing it

Idaho: City demands pastor perform same-sex ceremony or go to jail!

Is California forcing churches to pay for abortions?

Houston: Stand down!

The university as a cross-cultural mission

North Carolina judge resigns so he won’t have to conduct same-sex marriages, thinks other magistrates will do the same

How Boko Haram’s murders and kidnappings are changing Nigeria’s churches

Three views: Do the Common Core education standards endanger religious freedom?

American tourist detained in North Korea for leaving Bible in restroom now released

Defending churches: ADF challenges government assaults on religious freedom

Mike Huckabee, Phil Robertson join ‘I Stand Sunday’ event to support Houston pastors subpoenaed for their sermons

Hitching Post sues Coeur d’Alene

Civil-rights official chastises Houston Mayor

Who are the 5 pastors in the Houston sermon subpoena scandal?

Churches slam back against state order to pay for abortions under Obamacare

Nazareth Area School District settles lawsuit over banned Valentine’s Day cards with religious notes

Nazareth Area School District settles suit over religious Valentine’s Day cards

Why are these pastors being threatened with fines of $1,000 per day?

What’s next for the Christian chapel owners who refuse to back down from refusal to perform same-sex marriage?

An abducted Yazidi woman describes the horrors of the Islamic state

Churches sue California over abortion coverage mandate

Look closely at these gov’t letters. The ‘elective abortion’ language could have major implications for churches

US Civil Rights Commissioner to Houston Mayor Annise Parker, “Back off”

Pennsylvania school district changes policy in Valentine’s Day card free speech case

Pennsylvania school changes policy on ‘Valentine’s Day card’ free speech

Evangelicals road test 2016 strategy

US civil rights commissioner to Houston mayor: Withdraw subpoenas of pastors

Conservatives, America, and natural law