2 of 3 pastors: Schools a 'negative influence' on spirituality
A nationwide study shows that approximately two out of three Protestant pastors believe that schools are detrimentally affecting the spiritual development of students.
A Christian attorney says an atheist organization may have a valid point in trying to stop a religious workshop for teachers, but there may be an easy solution to the problem.
A federal judge has blocked an oil and gas drilling project over concerns about man-made climate change. One skeptic says Republicans deserve some of the blame here, too.
An immigration enforcement advocacy organization says the Supreme Court has made a ruling that will ensure that those who commit crimes against Americans who should be deported are indeed deported.
It's looking like expanding the number of justices on the Supreme Court might be a campaign issue in the next presidential election.
Should churches have to pay for elective abortions in their health insurance plans? The state of Washington insists they should.
Churches and ministers will not face an extra $1 billion in taxes every year.
A conservative activist doesn't believe the latest revelation of apparent wrong-doing by the Obama justice department will bring any of those involved to justice.
The Department of Education says it will no longer bar religious organizations from serving as contract providers of equitable services to public schools because it is unconstitutional to do so.
A pro-family group in Iowa says other states ought to be paying attention to a recent court ruling there that allows Medicaid to cover sex-reassignment surgery.
A bus company in Indiana recently learned a hard lesson about the United States Constitution – to the joy of pro-life advocates across the Hoosier State.
Christian Medical Association has a request before the U.S. Supreme Court, submitted in hopes the justices will uphold a state law that's been proven to save the lives of the unborn.
A Canadian-based Christian activist is hopeful a father can literally get his day in the nation’s highest court, where he can defend his parental rights and point out the irreversible harm posed to his child.
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