The Supreme Court has no excuse for allowing Nevada officials to use a public health crisis to fill poker tables while emptying pews.
‘We cannot and will not acquiesce to a government-imposed moratorium on our weekly congregational worship,’ MacArthur and the church’s elder board said in a statement.
On who should have the final say over who teaches faith to the next generation, more respondents said it should be the religious organization than all other options combined.
The New York Times smears religious Americans as a ‘major source’ of COVID outbreaks even as church-related infections represent only 0.02 percent of cases.
The Little Sisters sought legal remedy to help keep them from being forced to pay for something in direct opposition to their religious convictions.
New York Gov. Cuomo and NYC Major de Blasio encouraged mass protests while restricting religious gatherings, and a federal judge has called foul.
Two-thirds of Americans think that “internal religious disputes” and decisions about who to employ in religious teaching positions should be up to religious organizations, not the state.
The recent SCOTUS decision seems like an LGBT victory, but not so fast. By linking the rights of gay and transgender people to sex, the left has bound itself to whatever definition ‘sex’ takes on.
Contrary to the Supreme Court’s recent 5-4 opinion that cut against religious liberty, it now looks like church health guidelines were subjective.
The executive order dedicates $50 million to programs protecting religious liberties, and allows sanctions or other economic tools to be use to promote religious freedom in other countries.
Gov. Tim Walz targeted Minnesotans’ First Amendment right to worship. When they pushed back, he eased restrictions. Neither should have to happen.
Using claims of discrimination as a wedge in the door for government bureaucrats would end religious education and the religious rights of parents to educate their children according to the dictates of their faith.
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly (D) reached an agreement with two rural churches who filed a lawsuit with the state over limitations on religious gatherings that didn’t apply to other organizations.
Religious and voting rights in times of a national crisis are going to flood the courts, who are being asked uphold First Amendment and other rights.
Banning church services and arresting pro-life citizens isn’t about public health and safety, it’s about some government officials silencing speakers they don’t like.
Declaring religious services to be ‘non-essential’ is beyond the rightful role of government. Instead, officials should equally apply all limits.
The governor is telling Christians how worship must be done and with stricter rules than for all other public gatherings. That is none of his damned business.
A court case over whether Philadelphia can ban Christian organizations from working with foster children offers the Supreme Court an opportunity to restore plurality to American life.
Religious freedom in the world’s largest democracy has taken a turn for the worse since 2014, and U.S. leaders should say something.
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