A Kentucky appeals court ruled on Friday that a Christian T-shirt maker did not discriminate in his refusal to print shirts promoting a gay pride event.
With a unanimous vote on Thursday (May 11), Fresno became the largest city in California to decide to have the national motto, “In God We Trust,” displayed in its council chamber.
Trump’s Executive Order on Religious Liberty: Some Religious Leaders ‘Appreciate the Gesture,’ But Many Say It’s Not Enough
President Trump signed an executive order on Thursday that claimed to “vigorously enforce Federal law's robust protections for religious freedom.”
The Supreme Court rejected a request by a Christian minister and therapist to consider a case against a ban on the so-called gay conversion therapy in the state of California.
As the 14th annual North Korea Freedom Week has been taking place in Washington, D.C., a ‘World Congress of North Korean Defectors’ convened at the National Press Club on April 27, from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM, during which speakers agreed that consistently inputting information into North Korea is the most effective path toward freedom in North Korea and a peaceful reunification in the Korean peninsula.
President Trump’s executive order to prohibit ‘sanctuary cities’ was blocked by a federal judge on Tuesday, temporarily nullifying Trump’s threat to cut off federal funding to such jurisdictions.
While most Americans generally think positively of the Bible, not many have actually read much of it, according to a new survey released on Tuesday.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Wednesday regarding whether a Lutheran church in Missouri should be allowed to participate in a state-funded program that uses recycled synthetic rubber to resurface playgrounds.
The major factor that keeps most churchgoers in church is not how welcome they feel, nor how awesome the worship band is, according to a new Gallup poll released on Friday. It’s the content of the sermons.
Judge Neil Gorsuch was sworn in as the 113th Supreme Court Justice on Monday, filling a seat that has been vacant for since the passing of the late Justice Antonin Scalia in February of 2016.
Civil Rights Law Offers Protection From Discrimination on Basis of Sexual Orientation, Federal Court Rules
A federal appeals court decided on Tuesday that a workplace non-discrimination clause in a civil rights law offers protections to LGBT employees, ruling in favor of a woman who claimed that a community college was discriminatory in denying her employment.
North Carolina passed a bill on March 30 to repeal a contentious law that had required individuals to use restrooms at public facilities according to their biological sex rather than their gender identity.
More Pastors Pursue Racial Reconciliation Through Relational Means Rather than Through the Pulpit, According to Study
Though many pastors have pursued racial reconciliation, more have done so through relational means or through prayer rather than through preaching, according to a LifeWay Research study released on Thursday.
Do Religious Organizations Count as 'Church' in Pension Plan Exemption? Supreme Court Weighs Arguments
The outcome of a case currently before the U.S. Supreme Court regarding pension plans may dramatically affect hospitals, schools, and other non-profits with religious affiliations across the country, according to lawyers involved in the case. The case, Advocate Health Care Network v. Stapleton, involves hospital employees and three religiously affiliated hospitals: Advocate Health, St. Peter’s Healthcare System, and Dignity Health.
Federal Judge Considers Kentucky Abortion Law Requiring Doctors to Show Ultrasound Images to Patients
After over six hours of a hearing on Thursday, a federal district judge is considering the constitutionality of a Kentucky law that requires doctors to show the ultrasound of fetuses to their patients before performing an abortion.