A new case will test whether the justices' defense of conscience in Hobby Lobby applies to minority religions like Muslims, or just to Christians.
The NFL, certainly no stranger to controversy, could be embroiled in yet another one after Kansas City's blowout of the New England Patriots on Monday night, and this one involves freedom of religious expression.
Yesterday, I posted about how the Military Religious Freedom Foundation's Mikey Weinstein (below, right) recently sat down for an interview with WORLD Magazine editor-in-chief Dr. Marvin Olasky at Patrick Henry College, one of the most fundamentalist Christian schools in the nation. Show More Summary
On Friday, September 26, Mikey Weinstein, founder and president of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF), appeared at a very unlikely venue -- Patrick Henry College (PHC). For those unfamiliar with this institution of higher...Show More Summary
Outgoing Attorney General, Eric Holder is pushing one last agenda item before leaving office. Steve Doocy says the biggest problem is now: ...A new policy that bans religious profiling and undercover surveillance at mosques by police officers. Show More Summary
With conservative Christians and Libertarians sharing common ideologies that stand against big government and federal overreaching, the two groups' need to put aside their few differences and unite in order to defeat Democratic agenda that "assaults" on American liberties, a panel of prominent social conservatives agreed Saturday.
By Mike Appleton, Weekend Contributor “All governments are theocracies. We now live in a secular humanist theocracy. I want to change that to a government with God at its head.” -Gary DeMar (quoted in John Sugg, “A Nation Under God,” Mother Jones (December, 2005) When I started first grade in 1951, each school day began […]
On Friday, the Military Religious Freedom Foundation's Mikey Weinstein (below, right) sat down for an interview with WORLD Magazine editor-in-chief Dr. Marvin Olasky at Patrick Henry College. That's one of the most vocal fighters for separation of church and state speaking at one of the most fundamentalist Christian schools in the nation.
Attacks on citizens' freedom of speech was a topic of discussion at the ninth annual Values Voter Summit in Washington, where a panel highlighted examples of censorship and government encroachment on religious freedom in the U.S. and Canada.
Friday in Washington D.C. at the Family Research Council's 2014 Values Voter Summit, Sen.Ted Cruz (R-TX) fired up the audience with a rallying call to fight to ensure the religious freedoms guaranteed in the constitution are upheld by electing Republicans to take back the U.S. Show More Summary
Evangelicals fancy themselves champions of "religious freedom" -- except when it flies in the face of their beliefs
We’ve discovered something that motivates pro-family voters to get out to vote. Many people find it difficult to get excited about a mid-term election. And many who value life, marriage and religious freedom fail to show up in November. That’s unfortunate, because this election year offers an unusual opportunity to shift the balance of power […]
by Hans Johnson Former Senator Rick Santorum, once a 2012 presidential candidate, is now CEO of Echolight Studios, which is distributing a new documentary called One Generation Away to churches later this month. It is intended to “wake up the Church” to the many current encroachments on religious and cultural freedom. Show More Summary
To the editor: When swearing to protect us and our Constitution, which literally ensures religious freedom to all Americans, why should Air Force and other military enlistees and officers have to opt out of saying the phrase "so help me God"? ("Air Force drops requirement to use 'So help me...
In today’s whirlwind visit to Albania, Pope Francis emphasized religious liberty on several occasions, making it one of the key themes of his trip. In his opening address this morning before the Albanian President and other civil and government officials, the Pope noted that defense of basic human freedoms is a necessary condition for development. Show More Summary
Christians in the United States may have follow the example of Martin Luther King Jr. and go to jail to defend their religious freedom, Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Virginia, claimed.
Eric Metaxas compared the silence of Christians about persecution in the Middle East and religious freedom restrictions domestically to the silence of Christians in Nazi Germany.
“We take any instance in which Airmen report concerns regarding religious freedom seriously," the Air Force Secretary said in a statement
Lobbying for the freedom of all faiths works better, politically, than religious nativism