Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg
April 12th, 2019

Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg said that coming out as gay and getting married to his husband brought him “closer to God” – comments that sparked a public spat with Vice President Mike Pence. Continue reading

Gay couple adopting a child
April 8th, 2019

Adoption agencies in Tennessee may soon be allowed to prevent same-sex couples from adopting a child from their system if it conflicts with the organization’s religious beliefs. Continue reading

Chick-fil-A restaurant exterior
April 1st, 2019

San Antonio has decided to ban controversial fast-food giant Chick-fil-A from opening a new location at the city’s airport. After plans for the new restaurant were made public, community groups expressed concern over the company’s record on LGBTQ rights. Should our ethics help direct how we spend our money? Continue reading

Person getting a vaccine
March 28th, 2019

In the wake of a severe chickenpox outbreak in Kentucky, a Catholic high school student was barred from playing on the school basketball team when officials discovered he was not vaccinated against the disease. Now he’s suing. Continue reading

Lesbian couple holding rainbow flags
March 18th, 2019

The Supreme Court dealt a blow to traditional faith groups Monday when it declined to hear oral arguments on a case involving a Christian-owned B&B. The Aloha Bed & Breakfast has been tied up in court since 2011 when a lesbian couple sued the business for refusing to rent them a room. Continue reading

Christian cross in a school classroom
March 18th, 2019

When a teacher got divorced and moved in with another man, she unknowingly violated a school employment clause that forbids “any sexual activity outside of a heterosexual marriage.” The school superintendent found out and she was forced to resign. Continue reading

Fox News Host Jeanine Pirro talks about Ilhan Omar
March 11th, 2019

Popular Fox News host Jeanine Pirro took issue with Rep. Ilhan Omar’s Muslim faith during a televised segment over the weekend, sparking charges of Islamophobia. Continue reading

The execution of Muslim inmate Domineque Ray
February 15th, 2019

The execution of a Muslim inmate on Death Row has revived a debate about religious freedom protections – including how far and to whom they should extend. Continue reading

Christian-only airplane in the sky
January 14th, 2019

Good news for devoted Christian travelers: the days of baggage fees, and bibles lost in transit will soon be relics of a secular past. The non-profit private operator Judah 1, which has already delivered hundreds of missionaries and thousands of pounds of cargo worldwide from its Texas headquarters, has just received FAA approval to become the world’s first Christian airline. Continue reading

Members of the Universal Life Church
January 11th, 2019

Membership in the Universal Life Church represents the invaluable right to freedom of religion, and we must defend this right when challenged by traditional bodies who view the ULC as illegitimate, argues guest writer Mark DeFillo. Continue reading