What The New York Times gets wrong about religious liberty

Originalism and marriage

What Americans think of same-sex marriage

Louisiana Supreme Court urged to rule in same-sex marriage

With Mormons evolving on social issues, Catholics and Baptists press on

Media urge Supreme Court to allow broadcast coverage of marriage cases

Atlanta fire chief files discrimination complaint

A tale of two cakes: Colorado’s far-reaching religious freedom fight

France top court rules same-sex French-Moroccan couple may marry

Alabama same-sex marriage developments: A second decision and defiance

Alabama Supreme Court chief justice encourages defiance on same-sex marriage ruling

Evangelical-Catholic coalition: marriage in crisis

Washington Post story on same-sex marriage in Oklahoma is long on emotion, short on religious insight

Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore says he will continue to recognize Alabama Constitution’s Sanctity of Marriage Amendment

Atlanta mayor: Christian ex-fire chief’s reputation will be destroyed

Colorado’s contentious confections

Public chastity, private chaos

Marriage referendum

Cake baking and journalistic story baking

Alabama same-sex marriage ruling put on hold: No same-sex wedding licenses for two weeks

Resist or accommodate evil: There is no ‘third way’

Fox News’ Bret Baier explains why he cancelled on Legatus

Who will argue same-sex marriage cases in high court?

Obama hopes the Supreme Court recognizes nationwide right to same-sex marriage

Ex-fire chief files EEOC complaint

Civil rights battles rage at cake shops

Christian ex-fire chief fires back at Atlanta mayor, files discrimination complaint

A tale of two bakers – will Colorado play favorites?

For baker, some role reversal

Atlanta fire chief files discrimination complaint after losing his job over a religious book

A couple of items defending the constitutionality of conjugal marriage laws

China official calls for reduced birth rates in Xinjiang

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

Govt ‘sorry’ over Christian group conference ban

Marriage federalism is popular

The legal ingredients to forced baking 2.0

Does Colorado baker’s anti-same-sex marriage cake refusal rise to level of discrimination?

Baker to customer for Bible-shaped, anti-same-sex marriage cake: ‘Do it yourself’

Former fire chief files EEOC complaint against city

Fire chief axed over book files EEOC complaint against city

Atlanta fire chief is fighting back in a big way

Ex-Atlanta fire chief files discrimination complaint against City

Anti-same-sex marriage cake puts legal rivals in odd positions

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

Customer files complaint against bakery for refusing to make ideological cake

Why some wedding businesses say ‘I don’t’ to same-sex weddings

How should conservatives think about family leave?

Original sin is problematic

    First Things: According to former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran, he was fired for being a Christian. According to Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, he was fired for insubordination and poor judgment. And according to the New York Times’s recent editorial, he was fired for speaking of his subordinates as “second-class citizens.” But the argument over the motive for Cochran’s firing and its effect on civil and religious liberties obscures a deeper disagreement over Christian conceptions of sin and the consequences of those ideas in a public work environment. More than a mere difference in theology, this disagreement has dramatic implications for pluralism.


  • Posted: 01/21/2015
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: www.firstthings.com

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Three views on David Leonhardt’s letter about liberals and marriage

Why mercy matters

Same-sex marriage issue part of push for state religious liberty bills

Fire chief axed after taking a stand for Christ

Same-sex marriage – Comparing the U.S. and Australia

Fire chief’s ouster beginning of the end for Christians?

How marriage makes people healthier

    The Economist: THE link between marriage and better health is well established. Less clear is whether marriage causes good health or vice versa—healthy people may simply be more likely to marry in the first place. In a recently updated paper Nezih Guner, Yuliya Kulikova and Joan Llull of Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona looked at data on Americans between the ages of 20 and 64 in order to try to work out which way the causation runs. Does marriage make people healthier?


  • Posted: 01/20/2015
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: www.economist.com

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351 studies from 13 nations prove benefits of households with a dad, a mom, and their kids

Justices take up marriage challenges

Incest: The next frontier in ‘reproductive freedom’

New York Times editorialist: ‘Keep your religion in the closet’

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

Has SCOTUS stacked the deck against same-sex marriage in how it has framed the question?