A minister who works as an executive at Presbyterian Church (USA) has filed a defamation lawsuit against the denomination over recently publishing claims that he acted unethically.
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Olympic Committee Says It Will Not Revoke Jenner's 1976 Gold Medal, Despite Calls to Strip Caitlyn of Bruce's Win
The International Olympic Committee has no plans to revoke the gold medal of Bruce Jenner despite calls from an online petition to do so following Jenner's gender identity change.
Conference Calls on United Church of Canada to 'Review' Ordination Standards Amid Atheist Minister Controversy
A body within the United Church of Canada has passed a proposal calling for the liberal denomination to review the questions it poses during ordination in light of controversy surrounding a clergywoman who came out as an atheist 14 years ago.
Billy Graham's Grandson Says the Church Must Hold Child Abusers Within Their Ranks Accountable, Not Marginalize Victims to Protect Offenders
A grandson of the Rev. Billy Graham says churches must reflect the Gospel and hold child abusers in their ranks accountable for their actions. The Josh Duggar case, says Boz Tchividjian, is a "tragic" reminder of the need to report abuse "regardless ..
Cowboy Church Pastor Says All Are Welcome to Christian Club Amid Jewish Teacher's Lawsuit in Colorado
A pastor of a Colorado church that meets at a public high school and sponsors a student group has denounced a lawsuit filed by a teacher against the academic institution.
America Is Surrendering Freedom of Speech as a 'Relic of History,' Activist Pam Geller Says After DC Metro Avoids Running Muhammad Cartoon Ads
Washington, D.C.'s public transportation system has rejected an ad depicting a cartoon representation of the Muslim prophet Muhammad, the founder of Islam, by adopting a ban on "issues" ads.
North Carolina Bill Allowing Officials to Opt Out of Performing Gay Marriage Vetoed by Republican Governor
The governor of North Carolina has vetoed a bill that would have allowed state magistrates to opt out of performing gay marriages if they held a religious objection to homosexuality.
Immigrants 'Held Captive by Political Expediency,' Hispanic Evangelical Leader Says About Recent Court Decision Against Obama Immigration Plan
A prominent Hispanic evangelical leader has stated that a recent three judge panel decision against the Obama Administration's immigration policy executive action is adding to the delay in helping immigrants caught in the system.