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Scholar: Economic & Religious Freedom Are ‘Inextricably Tied’

November 17, 2015

Christians concerned about religious liberty should also passionately defend economic liberty. Few societies retain one without the other, one scholar says.

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GAO Abortion Findings a Wake-Up Call for Lethargic Christians

September 18, 2014

Are we really shocked? Christian citizens cannot expect honesty, morality and courage from our elected leaders and their policies if we refuse to elect honest, moral and courageous leaders at the polls.


Alignment with the Principalities: Troubling Trends

July 12, 2014

Pride Month has wrapped up for 2014, but not without two significant events hosted by the White House in the last week of June.


Church officials marched against Republicans ‘taking the nation hostage’

October 27, 2013

As the government shutdown/debt ceiling crisis neared its conclusion last week, the chief Presbyterian Church (USA) lobbyist joined a left-leaning religious coalition in blaming Republicans.


UMC’s Obamacare Support Comes Back to Bite Them

August 6, 2013

In March of 2010, a deal was struck with House Democrats that allowed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or “Obamacare” as many have taken to calling it, to pass. In the moments before its passage, then-Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi spoke on the House floor to thank supporters of the push for health care reform. As the IRD noted at the time, Pelosi specifically thanked the United Methodist Church (UMC): “Our coalition ranges from the AARP…to the American Medical Association, the Catholic Health Association… the United Methodist Church, and Voices of America’s Children.”

Inaugural Prayer Controversies

January 22, 2013

By Mark Tooley (@MarkDTooley) American civil religion is always exemplified in presidential inaugurals. Typically the selection of clergy for inaugural prayers has not been controversial. But amid culture war of recent years and secularization…