We cannot let another generation emerge from our schools so ignorant of communism’s horrors that they accept one of history’s most noxious ideologies.
New York Gov. Cuomo and NYC Major de Blasio encouraged mass protests while restricting religious gatherings, and a federal judge has called foul.
The dream for compromise between those demanding absolute affirmation for ever-evolving gender and sexual convictions and others of strong religious faith is unrealistic — and not because of religious folks.
“State officials cannot block religious speech while allowing protests simply because the states think the protest speech is more valuable,” Hawley wrote.
Contrary to the Supreme Court’s recent 5-4 opinion that cut against religious liberty, it now looks like church health guidelines were subjective.
Ironically, the one public figure who wants to revive the Christian context and restore traditional values is thrice-married, nominally Christian President Trump.
As America’s cities burn and leftist sympathizers make headlines, the U.S. Supreme Court quietly passed a potentially horrendous ruling against religious freedom.
For months now we have quarantined people involved in mass gatherings. Why aren’t we doing it now?
Believing fast food is essential while the Lord’s Supper is nonessential has always been ridiculous. But believing worshiping is dangerous while looting is warranted is downright infuriating.
While 1 in 3 Americans now exhibit signs of clinical anxiety and depression, faith can be the vaccine to a nation’s insanity.
Outdoor services have brought some unexpected blessings for the Vine Community Church, but hot weather makes the future of drive-in church uncertain.
Bishops are keeping sacraments suspended indefinitely and allowing Washington churches to be treated differently than other establishments in terms of opening.
Gov. Tim Walz targeted Minnesotans’ First Amendment right to worship. When they pushed back, he eased restrictions. Neither should have to happen.
Reopenings that place higher priority on opening secular services while keeping churches closed reveal a nation where many no longer see faith as essential.
Now that we are past the peak of infections in our area, and our hospitals are not in immediate danger of being overwhelmed, it’s time to restart in-person services in a responsible way.
The DOJ said it will aide a Virginia church suing Gov. Northam after a pastor was threatened with jail time or a fine for hosting a small church service.
People who regularly would attend in person are now learning how to do it from home. But just as there are distinct types of people for in-person worship, there are distinct types of worshipers online.
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