Senate Passes ‘Disrespect for Marriage’ Act Without Religious Liberty Protections

Nov 30, 2022 by

by Ben Johnson, Washington Stand: On Tuesday night, the U.S. Senate passed the so-called “Respect for Marriage” Act which critics say invites “predatory lawsuits” against people of faith, stigmatizes biblical values, and drives Christians...

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Chaplain wins apology after being told to remove small cross

Nov 29, 2022 by

from Christian Concern: Marie Curie has unreservedly apologised to a Christian chaplain after he was told he would face ‘consequences’ and would need ‘re-training’ if he did not remove a half-inch badge pin with a cross on it from his...

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The Same-Sex Marriage Bill: a Deceptive Claim of Protection for Religious Freedom

Nov 29, 2022 by

by Rick Plasterer, Juicy Ecumenism: The pending same-sex marriage bill, H.R. 8404, which would become the Respect for Marriage Act, and is being advanced as statutory affirmation of same-sex marriage in the event that the Supreme Court’s...

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The impending threat to religious liberty in the so-called ‘Respect for Marriage Act’

Nov 23, 2022 by

from AAC: The midterm elections may be over, but that does not mean that the raging fight for religious freedom, and for the Judeo-Christian values which have guided our society since its founding, is over. On November17, 2022, H.R. 8404,...

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As World Cup Opens, Qatar’s Religious Freedom Violations Come under Scrutiny

Nov 22, 2022 by

by Dan Hart, Washington Stand: As the World Cup soccer tournament kicks off this week — the most watched sporting event in the world — host country Qatar has come under increasing scrutiny because of its restrictions on religious freedom...

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Without Peer: Disqualifying Christians from Jury Duty

Nov 22, 2022 by

by Jerome German, Crisis Magazine: Devout Christians are no longer “peers” with most Americans, marking them as inadmissible candidates in many jury trials. With the U.S. men’s national soccer team ditching the red, white, and...

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