Reading Time: 5 minutes Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett belongs to a Christian group in which men rule families. families. How would she rule on women’s choice then?
Reading Time: 5 minutes President Trump’s favorite candidate to replace the Ruth Ginsburg on the Supreme Court says that the purpose of her career is “building the kingdom of God.”
Reading Time: 5 minutes The president and GOP try to sabotage U.S. elections to benefit themselves, while shamelessly ignoring their own mandates about Supreme Court nominations.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Americans in majority Christian communities with long traditions of prayer at public events, like local football games, miss the point. No matter how familiar, such religious expression is still unconstitutional.
Reading Time: 4 minutes It’s an old story but still relevant. An Alabama man was executed in 2019, but questions linger whether the death penalty was appropriate — or if his religious rights were honored.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Back in the day, Protestant justices packed the U.S. Supreme Court. Today, Catholics and Jews rule the roost. Well, at least they still have a seat in the Oval Office.
Reading Time: 3 minutes A U.S. Supreme Court rulling, in effect, says people still have to go to work even if Saturday is their religion’s day of rest.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Township board votes to not open its meetings with religious invocations. Trustees weren’t being secular. In fact, they were being intolerant.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Canada sees the wisdom of banning exclusionary prayers at meetings of elected municipal councils. The U.S. Supreme Court remains effectively blind to that reality.
Reading Time: 3 minutes The U.S. Supreme Court will again mull whether its constitutional for tax funds to be used for religious schooling. A more conservative court could forseeably give states the green light to vastly increase religious-school “scholarships.”