A Texas judge on Wednesday ruled that the “Bible banners” waved by cheerleaders during football games in a small school district are constitutionally protected free speech and that the tradition will be allowed to continue.
The Kentucky General Assembly passed a law allowing a Christian-only health care plan to resume operations in the state. The Florida-based Medi-Share ministry was shut down last year after objections from the Kentucky insurance department.
Between recording a new album and raising a toddler, worship leader/songwriter Phil Wickham’s life is a flurry of activity, and it’s about to get even more exciting.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback on Friday signed into law a far-reaching anti-abortion bill that creates new restrictions on the procedure and defines life as beginning “at fertilization.”
ATLANTA, April 19, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ — While I’m often accused of finding Pro-Life messages behind every tree, it can’t be denied that “42″ brings an inherent message of courage, compassion and composure that prevailed in the lives of Jackie and Rae Robinson as well as Dodgers Manager Branch Rickey. These same principles are needed so much in the ongoing heated moral debates of our time.
The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference—the nation’s largest Christian Hispanic organization—the Hispanic Evangelical Association and NHCLC President, Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, applaud the proposed Senate bill on immigration reform.
The Thomas More Law Center (TMLC) a national public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, announced this morning that the Student Government Association (SGA) Judiciary Committee of Johns Hopkins University (JHU) issued a unanimous decision late yesterday evening overturning a SGA ruling that denied recognition to Voice for Life (VFL) as an official student club of the University.
On Tuesday, April 2, 2013 Created Equal’s anti-abortion exhibit was systematically destroyed by an angry abortion advocate. Directly after set-up, a female OSU student approached the graphic abortion signs and began to vandalize them one by one. The attack was caught on film.
Only around a half of Britons trust the clergy to tell the truth, and a similar proportion think the Church of England does a bad job of providing moral leadership, a poll showed on Sunday.
Easter weekend brought us two pieces of very good legal news.
North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple on Tuesday signed a measure giving the state the most restrictive abortion law in the United States, a bill banning the procedure in most cases once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, as early as six weeks.
Mark Burnett and Roma Downey’s novelization of The Bible TV miniseries, The Bible: A Story of God and All of Us, has become a national best-seller.
Home Run, a faith-based movie scheduled to hit theaters April 19, received “an overwhelmingly positive response” during a recent screening for inmates of the country’s largest prison at the Louisiana State Penitentiary (LSP) in Angola, La.