The current communist regime’s oppression of Christians and other religious minorities reminds us that religious persecution remains a life-and-death reality in mainland China.
The court is now poised to settle one of the most pressing issues in American education and issue perhaps the most important education-related ruling since Brown v. Board of Education.
Because he’s my cousin, I know that Bogren is respectful of persons of all faiths and a Catholic himself. From conversations over the years, I know he is a solid choice for the district court nomination, certainly no bigot.
Pew Research lists Christians as the most harassed faith in the world, with significant levels of persecution in 144 countries, according to 2016 data.
Because of their religious beliefs, Michigan foster families and St. Vincent Catholic Charities have been barred from uniting children and families.
Cruz’s resolution directly addresses the anti-Semitism that Democratic leadership in the House could not explicitly condemn, likely due to fear of upsetting their increasingly anti-Semitic wing.
Attorneys found commissioners agreeing with commissioner Dianne Rice’s comparison of baker Jack Phillips’ Christianity to the ideologies motivating slavery and the Holocaust.
Judge Brian Hagedorn is being publicly trashed for being on the board of a small Christian school, and for blog posts when he was in law school discussing court cases about abortion and gay sex.
Court documents revealed the public university kept a ‘watch list’ of student groups on probation. All of the groups on the list were religious.
For the good of our country, we invite Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Cory Booker to reread the Constitution and rediscover the merits of religious diversity and freedom of conscience.
A private school is refusing to play against Karen Pence’s school, on the grounds that playing basketball at a Christian school makes children ‘unsafe.’
The Atlantic’s Taylor Lorenz decided to dunk on Pope Francis for a tweet about Jesus’ mother Mary, claiming Christ faked his resurrection.
If the Texas legislature passes these bills, Christians near and far should be concerned about how their freedoms will be curtailed in the coming years.
Centuries ago, the British imposed penal laws on Irish Catholics and dissenting Protestant minorities. Might we be moving in a similar direction here?
Due to a surge in this new form of anti-Semitism, including in the U.S. Congress, it is time for Democrat leaders to speak out again against this religious bigotry.
Progressives make such a big deal out of hateful and culturally appropriative depictions in other contexts, but not when Christians are the victims.
It makes good sense for someone in fear of her life in an oppressive country to be offered asylum. The UN should apply the same treatment to my Pakistani Christian friend Michael.
The Netherlands’ Public Prosecution Service is currently investigating whether the Nashville Statement violates Dutch discrimination laws.
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