- Jordan’s Churches Approve Law on Equal Inheritance for Christian WomenDraft law agreed to by 11 major denominations now needs approval by parliament.
- Lawsuit: Pastor Judah Smith Expects Staff to Leave a ‘Money Trail’Plenty of churches preach about giving 10 percent. But is it legal to make it a condition of employment?
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- Pro-Life Protestor Acquitted in Federal CaseThe case of Mark Houck was one of more than two dozen the DOJ has pursued against pro-life protestors since “Dobbs.”
- Federal Judge Tosses Challenge to Christian College ExemptionsIn the ongoing tension between religious liberty and LGBT rights, the Department of Education and CCCU win one victory.
- Former Southern Seminary Prof Sues SBC Leaders for Labeling Him an AbuserDavid Sills admitted to misconduct but claims he has been “falsely attacked” by Southern Baptists and their investigative firm.
- Liberty U. Dean Claims He Was Fired for WhistleblowingJohn Markley says he raised concerns about fraudulent management, enrollment rate misrepresentation, and “compensation schemes.”
- Lawsuit: Vineyard Anaheim Exit Was About Money, Not Holy SpiritCarol Wimber-Wong and eight former members accuse Dwelling Place pastors of $62 million fraud.
- California Baker Sued for Discrimination Wins Free Speech CaseAhead of another Supreme Court case over same-sex wedding clients, judge defends cake-maker’s First Amendment rights.
- World Vision Employee Sentenced to 12 Years Prison in IsraelHumanitarian organization calls verdict “unjust” as questions about lack of public evidence of terrorism persist.