Morning Roundup 10/8/14
Freedom of Religion in Prison; Catholic Prayer; Tony and Bart Campolo
0; 14; share; 0; email; print. I Was Free to Find Religion in Prison. Will the Supreme Court Protect That Freedom?—Jesse Wiese. An important article on religious freedom...
Religious Freedom vs. LGBT Rights? It's More Complicated
The legal context for what's happening at Gordon College, and how Christians can respond despite intense cultural backlash.
Religious Freedom vs. LGBT Rights? It's More Complicated. John D. Inazu/ July 16, 2014. Image: Mark Wilson / Getty Images. Religious Freedom vs. LGBT Rights? It's More Complicated.
Gordon College Loses City Contract, Gets Accreditation Scrutiny
President Michael Lindsay among 26 CCCU presidents urging an exemption clause in pending executive order.
like the provisions in the Senate-passed ENDA, this expansion of hiring rights will come at an unreasonable cost to the common good, national unity and religious freedom," the July 1
5 Guidelines for Living in a Pluralist Society
Protestant Christianity is losing the mainstream status it once enjoyed. How to model a winsome faith anyway.
early religious disputes unfolded largely between various Protestant denominations, much of our later history involves a Protestant majority ignoring the religious freedom claims of
Houston Drops Sermons from Subpoenas
Opponents still question relevance of pastor info to their case.
Houston Drops Sermons from Subpoenas. Opponents still question relevance of pastor info to their case. Kate Shellnutt. [ posted 10/17/2014 03:11PM
Hobby Lobby Wins: Where Do We Go from Here?
Supremes End Legal Debate: This WAS about Religious Liberty
freedom to exercise religion, enshrined in our Constitution's Bill of Rights, has been called "the cornerstone of the American experiment" because it is from our religious freedom all of
Obama's Contract Killer
Why Christian organizations were concerned about Obama’s executive order—even though so few were directly affected.
standing impasse over the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA)—"will come at an unreasonable cost to the common good, national unity, and religious freedom." The letters
Meriam Yehya Ibrahim and The Right to Convert
Meriam Yehya Ibrahim, a Sudanese woman once sentenced to death for marrying a Christian, has been freed.
Jun 23, 2014. Religious Freedom. Meriam tolerance. In some countries, particularly those with Islamic governments, religious freedom is drastically restricted.