Death of ‘Lemon Test’ Returns Religious Expression to America

After years of judicial activists eradicating religious monuments and expressions of faith on public property because of the “Lemon Test,” major victories at the U.S. Supreme Court last year that led to the overturning of the legal test have changed the landscape in America.

Ongoing Scientific and Spiritual Investigation Surrounding the Shroud of Turin

“Who Do You Say I Am?” is set to make its world premiere at Inspiration Studios in West Allis, WI on February 21 and February 22, 2023.

House Passes Pro-Life Initiatives

With a new Republican majority, the U.S House of Representatives passed pro-life measures on Wednesday, including one aimed at protecting babies who survive an abortion and one condemning violence against pro-life charities and churches.

Fight for Unborn Children Continues in the States

The Idaho Supreme Court ruled last week that the state Constitution does not provide a fundamental right to abortion.

Christian Flag Case in Boston Settles for $2.125 Million

After five years of litigation and a unanimous 9-0 U.S. Supreme Court ruling, the City of Boston has agreed to pay Liberty Counsel $2,125,000.00 for attorney’s fees and costs for the unconstitutional religious viewpoint discrimination of the Christian flag.

Survey: Increasing number of Protestants Want Their Church ‘Politically Homogenous’

As voters prepare to cast their ballots for the midterm elections, a recent study says that most Protestants prefer to attend a church where the congregation’s political views align with theirs.

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