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July 26, 2014
“Effectively, this writes a blank check to the Obama Administration (or future administrations) to force employers to pay for insurance coverage of any drugs, devices, and services…”
July 2, 2014
Understandably, women’s hearts are beating fast and our heads are spinning with confusion due to uproars declaring a heightened “war on women” in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s latest decisions.
July 1, 2014
Do not miss the dialectic of William James here: religion is really personal and individualistic. Everyone is free to make religion into whatever they “feel.” All is negotiable otherwise….
July 1, 2014
Let’s sort out the responses to the Hobby Lobby decision, shall we?
June 26, 2014
Despite what some Evangelicals might think, there is something more important than the outcome of the Hobby Lobby case.
May 8, 2014
After the Supreme Court reaffirmed the constitutionality of legislative prayers, atheist groups are eyeing ways to increase secular and humanist invocations. How should Christians react?
March 28, 2014
World Vision’s Monday policy was a muddle from the start and seemed like the construction of a clueless secular public relations firm.
February 4, 2014
A snapshot of the remarkable coalition of Hobby Lobby supporters, which includes a organizations, individuals, and denominations of varying ideologies, faith, and partisan affiliation.
January 20, 2014
In 2000, the ACLU came to the defense of the right of Christians to pray and protest outside of abortion clinics. But as the issue comes before the Supreme Court again, the ACLU has betrayed its principled stance in favor of abortion advocacy.
October 7, 2013
“Maybe the world is spinning toward a wider acceptance of homosexual rights, and here’s Scalia, standing athwart it. At least standing athwart it as a constitutional entitlement. But I have never been custodian of my legacy. When I’m dead and gone, I’ll either be sublimely happy or terribly unhappy.”
July 27, 2013
By Brandon Smith Christians ought to be wary of following Donald Miller’s recent advice to seek truth more like a Supreme Court justice. Far from being a group of individuals seeking only to find…
July 19, 2013
The rhetoric of the cultural left in attempting to force social change on an unwilling majority seems to play off Supreme Court decisions. The court’s “animus” standard introduces an ideological element into law, invalidating laws which have good rational support, if it judges “animus” or hostility to have been part of the enactment of these laws.