U.K. Christian bakers
October 12th, 2018

Just when you thought Christian bakers were out of the news for good, a story from across the pond has reignited the debate over religious freedom and LGBT rights. The U.K. Supreme Court has ruled that two devoutly Christian owners of a bakeshop in Belfast were justified in refusing to bake a cake for a local gay rights activist. Continue reading

Rainbow flag being burned
October 1st, 2018

A Catholic priest has been removed from his Chicago parish after performing an exorcism on a rainbow flag, cutting it into pieces, and burning it with the help of like-minded parishioners. Did the church have a choice? Continue reading

Christian cross burning in china
September 14th, 2018

Destroying crosses. Burning Bibles. Shuttering churches and ordering parishioners to renounce their faith. By all accounts, China’s government is waging an all-out war on Jesus the likes of which hasn’t been seen since Mao Zedong’s regime was in power over fifty years ago. Continue reading

Gary Campbell was expelled from a Christian college for being gay
September 13th, 2018

Gary Campbell was taken aback when he received word from Clark Summit University that he was being kicked out of the school, despite being just 6 credits shy of graduating. Apparently, officials at the small Christian college in Pennsylvania discovered a secret which led to their decision to dismiss him: Campbell is gay. Continue reading

Brett Kavanugh Testimony
September 7th, 2018

During his testimony before Congress, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh faced criticism for referring to birth control as “an abortion-inducing drug” that religious groups shouldn’t be forced to provide to employees. Continue reading

Ryan Coleman was fired for refusing to attend bible study
August 31st, 2018

When Ryan Coleman initially accepted a job as a painter with Dahled Up Construction, he assumed the company-sponsored Bible study sessions were an optional activity that employees could choose to attend. To his dismay, he soon discovered that attendance was actually a condition of employment. Continue reading

Woman wears colander hat
August 20th, 2018

The highest Dutch court ruled that Pastafarianism is not a real religion, denying a Dutch student the right to wear a colander in her I.D. photo. Should the government be able to decide what is a “real” religion and what isn’t? Continue reading

Statue erected by the Satanic Temple
August 17th, 2018

The Satanic Temple protested a statue of the Ten Commandments outside the Arkansas State Capitol by unveiling their own monument to a popular Satanic figure. The incident infuriated Christian lawmakers, who vowed that “it will be a cold day in hell” before any Satanic statue is displayed on state property. Continue reading

Colorado Baker Jack Phillips poses in his cakeshop
August 17th, 2018

When the Supreme Court ruled in his favor back in June, Jack Phillips probably thought he’d cleared his last legal hurdle. But the Colorado baker who spent the last six years in the national spotlight for refusing to design a cake for a same-sex wedding has now landed back in court – this time in a case involving transgender rights. Continue reading

Jeff Sessions announces Religious Liberty Task Force
July 30th, 2018

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has announced the creation of the “Religious Liberty Task Force,” a new body under the Department of Justice intended to guard against violations of religious freedom. The task force will focus primarily on promoting religious liberty, but critics warn that it crosses the line between separation of church and state. Continue reading