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Hobby Lobby Likely to Succeed Against Obama Abortion-Pill-Coverage Mandate

Had the 10th Circuit and Western Oklahoma District Courts not concluded that Hobby Lobby (and its sister company Mardel) had met the usually exceedingly high standard of… Read More »

Religious Liberty Ain’t the Bishops’ Job

The 2013 Fortnight for Freedom – two weeks of prayer, fasting and education to defend religious freedom between now and Independence day – kicks off… Read More »

Breaking News: 34% of Your Fellow Citizens Want a Theocracy

It’s been just over a year since the American public observed — many of us with morbid fascination and increasing alarm — the Republican primary debates… Read More »

School Prayer: 50 Years After the Ban

School prayer was banned by the US Supreme Court 50 years ago, but there is probably more presence of religion in public school environments than ever…. Read More »

Religious Liberty is Top Culture Issue

Religious freedom has become the most significant issue in American culture, Russell Moore told reporters at the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention… More Read More »

UVa Press Putting Papers of 6 Founding Fathers Online

The University of Virginia Press is putting the papers of 6 Founding Fathers on the Internet… Read More »

Syria’s Religious War

If there was a moment when the United States could have productively intervened in Syria, it looks like that moment has passed.… More Read More »

Jordan Sekulow Raises Pastor Saeed’s Case & Religious Freedom at UN

Sekulow raises the topic of blasphemy laws and the violence associated with them… Read More »

Pope Francis Hints at Change in Church’s Thinking

Pope Francis hints at change in church’s thinking. At a Mass attended by Vatican employees and a few guests, Francis showed a willingness to reconcile… More Read More »

Legislative Prayers, the Supreme Court’s Self-created Quagmire

When the U.S. Supreme Court declared legislative prayers constitutional 30 years ago, the justices sent a convoluted message to legislatures, city councils and other government bodies… Read More »