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Pro-LGBT Methodist Group May Reach Settlement With Ex-Employee Suing for 'Gender Identity Discrimination,' Unlawful Firing
A major LGBT Methodist organization may reach a settlement with an ex-employee who's filing a complaint against them over allegations of "gender identity discrimination" and unlawful firing.
LGBT groups and their allies in Congress are pushing for a sweeping piece of legislation that if enacted would, according to critics, limit religious freedom in the United States.
'Jesus Welcomes You to Hawkins' Sign Stays Up as City Delays Decision to Take It Down Amid Threats of Lawsuit From Nation's Largest Atheist Group
A city in Texas has delayed a decision on what to do regarding an atheist group's complaint leveled against a "Jesus Welcomes You to Hawkins" sign said to be on public property.
Mt. Soledad Cross Not Coming Down as Group Pay US Gov't $1.4 Million for San Diego Veterans' Memorial
A California memorial embroiled in a years-long legal battle due to its inclusion of a large cross has been sold to a private organization by the United States Defense Department.
Pennsylvania Congregation Pays United Methodist Church $100K to Leave Denomination Over Homosexuality Debate
A congregation in Pennsylvania has voted overwhelmingly to leave the United Methodist Church over the growing debate that the mainline denomination is having regarding its position on homosexuality.
Voice of the Martyrs Sends Bibles Into North Korea; Uses App to Track Where the Gospel Lands Inside the Communist State
The Korean office for Voice of the Martyrs announced at a press conference earlier this week that the Christian missionary organization will be sending Bibles into the southern part of North Korea.
Court Says Washington State Pharmacy Must Provide Emergency Contraceptives Despite Religious Objection
An appeals court panel has ruled unanimously against a family-owned pharmacy suing Washington for an exemption to the state's birth control mandate.
Little Sisters Ask Supreme Court for Exemption From HHS Mandate That 'Would Make Them Morally Complicit in Grave Sin'
An order of nuns has filed an appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court in an effort to seek exemption from having to conform to the rules of the federal government's birth control mandate accommodation for para-church groups.
Republican Senator from Kentucky, presidential candidate and noted state's rights proponent Rand Paul expressed support for the federal government playing a role in restoring voting rights for former felons.
Christians Rally in Alabama After Atheists Force Removal of Christian Flag by Threatening Legal Action
Over 500 Christians rallied in support of religious freedom in Alabama on Saturday after a Christian flag that once flew over a local police department was forcibly removed amid threats of legal action from the nation's largest atheist organization.
Franklin Graham Calls on Government to Defund Planned Parenthood Following Release of Undercover Video
The outspoken son of the Reverend Billy Graham has called on the federal government to defund Planned Parenthood following the release of an undercover video showing an employee of the abortion provider discussing the sale of fetal body parts.
A college student in South Africa may face punishment from an academic institution's student government after posting a statement on Facebook in response to the US Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage nationwide.
Baptist Evangelizer of Muslims in America Says Greatest Challenge Is Christians Are Afraid to Witness
A Baptist pastor in Tennessee whose young congregation is focused on evangelizing the state's growing Islamic community has stated that the great obstacle to evangelizing Muslims is the American Church's apathy on the matter.