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Conservatives Get 'Slap in the Face'Subscriber Access Only
Groups were busy responding to fights over marriage, the Supreme Court, and a mosque near Ground Zero.
Elena Kagan's Past Leaves Little TrailSubscriber Access Only
President Obama's Supreme Court nomination has walked a political tightrope.
6 Catholics, 3 JewsSubscriber Access Only
Does it matter that there might soon be no Protestants on the Supreme Court?
legal thinking has aligned well with liberal politics, which helps John Schmalzbauer, in People of Faith: Religious Conviction in in this bleak assessment, given the current occupant of
The Post-Protestant Supreme CourtSubscriber Access Only
Christians weigh in on whether it matters that the high court will likely lack Protestant representation.
Supreme Court Weighs Fate of Mojave CrossSubscriber Access Only
The court considered whether a transfer of property changes a church-state question.
Adelle M. Banks, Religion News Service| October 8, 2009. She suggested that a religious building, such as a church or historical significance, such as links to the civil rights work of the
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Why ‘Being Christian Without the Church’ Fails the Good Friday Test
Why ‘Being Christian Without the Church’ Fails the Good Friday Test
According to the gospel of John, the cross casts us into community.
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