World Vision Withdraws From the Brink

by (@markdtooley) 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.

The Remarkable Hobby Lobby Coalition

by (@HashtagGriswold) 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.

The ACLU, Abortion and Free Speech

by (@HashtagGriswold) 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.

New York Magazine Interviews Pious Catholic Who Turns Out to be Supreme Court Justice

by (@bjgingerich) 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.”

Bad Theology, Even Worse Jurisprudence: A Response to Donald Miller

by (@TheIRD) 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 truth under submission to the constitution itself, the century has revealed the Court’s penchant for interpreting the document in a way […]

The Animus Standard and the Flight from Reason

by (@RickPlasterer) 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.

When Biblical Morality Is Declared Immoral

by (@RickPlasterer) July 9, 2013

Marriage is certainly extremely important, and arguments for it should be developed; the divinely ordained family is important and part of what Christians are trying to defend, and it is something positive to talk about. But the most intense conflict threatening Christians today remains the moral status of homosexuality.

National Cathedral Dean Slams “Filthy Enactment” of Voting Rights Ruling

by (@JeffreyHWalton) July 2, 2013

By Jeff Walton (@JeffreyHWalton) A recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court “essentially gutted” the Voting Rights Act (VRA) and recalls the infamous Fugitive Slave Act of the 1850s, according to the dean of the Washington National Cathedral. In a Sunday sermon celebrating recent Supreme Court decisions on same-sex marriage and lamenting a ruling on […]

The Fortnight For Freedom Matters Now More Than Ever

by (@TheIRD) July 1, 2013

By Marjorie Jeffrey (@MarjorieJeffrey) Much news has come in the past few days involving the fight for religious freedom in the United States: most prominently, Supreme Court rulings on homosexual marriage. What went slightly less publicized was the release of the Department of Health and Human Services final rulemaking on the contraception mandate for religious […]

United Methodist Icon Maxie Dunnam on Supreme Court Marriage Rulings

by (@markdtooley) June 27, 2013

United Methodism’s bishops and General Board of Church and Society refuse to acknowledge their church’s official position, affirmed at General Conference by over 70 percent, affirming “laws in civil society defining marriage as the union of man and woman.” So revered evangelical leader Maxie Dunnam, former Asbury Seminary president, articulates the United Methodist reaction to […]