Taking the oath of citizenship
November 13th, 2017

Olga Paule Perrier-Bilbo is a French green-card holder on the verge of becoming a full-fledged U.S. citizen. All the paperwork is in order, and there’s just one thing left to do: take the oath of citizenship. But therein lies the … Continue reading

November 9th, 2017

A former nurse who worked in the hospital at Duke University has filed a federal lawsuit alleging religious discrimination. The woman, Sara Pedro, claims that Duke violated anti-discrimination laws by refusing to accommodate her religious objections to aiding in abortions, … Continue reading

News headlines in the aftermath of the Texas church shooting
November 9th, 2017

26 churchgoers in Sutherland Springs, Texas were slaughtered when a gunman entered the building and opened fire. In the immediate aftermath of the shooting online conversations were dominated not by the topic of gun control, but prayer. Continue reading

A fetus in the womb
October 30th, 2017

It’s been 44 years since the U.S. Supreme Court decided to extend a woman’s right to privacy to include the decision to have an abortion. However, the issue only seems to have become more divisive over time. Every year since … Continue reading

Religious message on shopping bag from Forever 21
October 27th, 2017

We’re all familiar with certain high-profile companies that espouse religious beliefs. Chick-fil-A famously expressed opposition to gay marriage on religious grounds, creating a storm of controversy and sending people flocking to restaurant locations to either protest outside or show their … Continue reading

Javier Flores
October 16th, 2017

Countless people report being “saved” by Christ each year, but one Philadelphia man took the opportunity quite literally. When a deportation order was issued in his name, Javier Flores sought refuge from ICE agents in a local church. The pastor … Continue reading

Anti-feminism sign
October 12th, 2017

“For years, the feminists lied to us,” exclaimed Christian author Lisa Bevere to a crowd of women gathered on the National Mall in Washington D.C. “They said for us to be powerful as women, we needed to act like men.” … Continue reading

Ben Borgman owns the Seattle coffee shop
October 12th, 2017

Should a business be allowed to deny service to customers that have offensive beliefs? That’s the question being asked after a now-viral altercation between the owner of a Seattle coffee shop and members of an anti-abortion group. It all started … Continue reading

High school football players kneel during the national anthem.
October 2nd, 2017

Amidst the highly controversial national anthem protests taking place across the National Football League, a number of schools have decided to institute “zero tolerance” policies toward kneeling or sitting on the sidelines. Last week, Colorado Christian University (CCU) made an … Continue reading

A sign that says "Whites Only"
September 30th, 2017

A Minnesota couple who refused to do videography work for gay weddings was dealt a serious blow last week when a judge threw out their lawsuit. Carl and Angel Larsen, the owners of Telescope Media Group, were seeking to overturn … Continue reading