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Statue of Rosa Parks Is Unveiled at the Capitol

More than half a century after Rosa Parks helped kindle the civil rights movement by refusing to give up her seat … Read More »

Was Jefferson for Jesus?­­­ Our Founding Father’s Religious Resume

During our recent 2012 partisan campaign, with its familiar bipolar rhetoric regarding religion, we inevitably heard calls upon Jesus and the Founding Fathers, the latter… Read More »

Kerry Defends Liberties, Says Americans Have “Right to Be Stupid”

Secretary of State John Kerry offered a defense of freedom of speech, religion and thought in the United States on Tuesday telling German students that in America “you have a right… Read More »

How China Plans to Wipe Out House Churches

China’s Christians felt a noticeable rise in persecution in 2012 as the Communist government began the first of a three-phase plan to eradicate… Read More »

Postal Service Will End Saturday Delivery by August.

 The financially struggling U.S. Postal Service announced Wednesday that it plans to stop delivering mail on Saturdays starting the week of… Read More »

Freedom of Religion in the Workplace: European Court of Human Rights Decisions

The Eweida case started as a claim by a British Airways’ employee that their refusal to allow her to wear a visible cross with her uniform was religious discrimination… Read More »

113th Congress Most Religiously Diverse Ever — and Why It Matters

The U.S. Senate’s current focus on potential filibuster reform spotlights an important question: Where do the rights of minority groups… Read More »

Michigan Enacts Right-to-Work Law, Dealing Blow to Unions

Michigan enacted far-reaching legislation Tuesday that threatens to cripple the power of organized labor in a state… More Read More »

How Devout are We? Study Shows Evangelicals Surge as Catholics Wane

The percentage of Americans who say they are strong in their religious faith has been steady for the last four decades, a new study finds… More Read More »

Post-Election Fight over the ‘Evangelical’ Brand

While social conservative groups think that the election loss was due to a failure of Republicans to emphasize social issues, other evangelical leaders are calling for a divorce of evangelicalism from partisan politics… Read More »