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Subscriber Access Only Appeals Court Declares Ten Commandments Monument Unconstitutional
Judges say the Oklahoma monument would reflect a government endorsement of religion.
Subscriber Access Only One Nation Under God—Sort of
We've got bigger problems than the Pledge of Allegiance.
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Supreme Court Unanimously Sides with Prisoners' Religious Rights
RLUIPA held to meet religious needs of the institutionalized.
Subscriber Access Only School Choice 2.0
Supreme Court weighs Arizona tax credits.
Subscriber Access Only Divisible After All
More important than keeping the phrase 'under God' is the reason for keeping it.
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Not a Burning Issue
The Air Force drops a flag-folding ceremony over religious references, and no one cares.
Subscriber Access Only It's About God
Why Judge Roy Moore was right—a response to Ted Haggard.
Subscriber Access Only Intelligent Design Is Too Religious for Schools, Judge Rules
"Abundantly clear" that it's updated creationism, he says.
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Hide Your Bible
Court says Christians who work for the government can't pray with clients.
Judge Strikes Down Housing Tax Break for Pastors
(UPDATED) Longstanding IRS exemption—last revised after Rick Warren dispute in 2002—currently saves pastors and other clergy $700 million per year.
Subscriber Access Only Christmas in July—Palm Beach Apologizes for Refusing Nativity Scene
Plus: The Episcopal minister who is the new UN ambassador, church growth in Iraq, and more articles from online sources around the world.
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Victory for Religion Behind Bars
The Supreme Court's RLUIPA decision is good, but more work needs to be done to ensure prisoners' religious freedom.
Subscriber Access Only Supreme Court Turns Down Challenge to Faith-Based Office
Ruling says taxpayers don't have standing to sue executive branch for use of funds.
Subscriber Access Only Should the Supreme Court Rule that Memorial Crosses are Secular?
Church leaders and observers weigh in on a current debate.
Subscriber Access Only No Jesus Invocations, Says Court
Plus: Baylor regents don't vote on Sloan after all, House votes to take gay marriage out of judges' purview, coveting the original Ten Commandments, and other stories from online sources around the world.
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Jesus and 'Jingle Bell Rock'
Jesus and 'Jingle Bell Rock'
I’ve learned that there’s no dividing line between ‘American Christmas’ and ‘Christian Christmas.’
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