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-Congress Passes Act That Could Criminalize Biblical Christianity

Tuesday, May 21st, 2019

Congress passed the so-called ‘Equality Act’ on Friday that many believe would criminalize Biblical Christianity if it were to become the law of the land. From Townhall: … It provides the state with the power to persecute anyone who won’t celebrate any aspect of the LGBTQ agenda. Far from merely expanding civil rights categories, it […]

-Federal Judge: University Can’t Single Out and Ban Christian Student Group

Tuesday, February 12th, 2019

Colleges and universities all across America have been banning Christian groups for demanding that there leaders be—wait for it—actual Christians. One group at the University of Iowa sued the university and won their case in a District Federal Court. From the Christian Post: A federal judge ruled Wednesday that the University of Iowa can’t selectively […]

-Canada: Couple Rejected as Foster Parents Over Their ‘Outdated’ Biblical Beliefs

Tuesday, February 5th, 2019

A Canadian adoption agency rejected a Christian couple because of their ‘outdated’ Biblical beliefs on homosexuality. From the Christian Post: …the couple submitted an application in November 2017 to become foster parents. In the week of April 30-May 4 of last year, they met with a Child Services social worker. The social worker asked the […]

-Feminist Play Canceled Because It Discriminates Against Transgenders?

Friday, November 16th, 2018

? A college in Michigan canceled its production of a controversial radical feminist play because it discriminates against transgender women. From the Faith Wire: Leaders at a college in Michigan decided to cancel its production of “The Vagina Monologues” because it’s discriminatory, given “not all women have vaginas.” The women’s resource center at Eastern Michigan […]

-A Win For Religious Liberty of Public Officials

Thursday, October 18th, 2018

  City of Atlanta Last December we asked the following question in an article: “-Must Public Officials Give Up Their Religious Liberty?” We cited among others the case of Cochran v. City of Atlanta. Kelvin Cochran was fired from his job as a Fire Chief in Atlanta, GA after he self-published a Christian devotional book […]

-Texas: City Law to Regulate Church Hiring?

Wednesday, October 10th, 2018

A lawsuit has been filed against a City of Austin (TX) law which could force churches to hire folks who do not reflect their Biblical and theological beliefs and standards. Meanwhile, the city is not backing down and vows to support their ordinance in court. From the Christian Post: … According to the lawsuit, the […]

-Ex-Muslim Christian Refugee Arrested for Sharing His Faith- In Minnesota

Thursday, September 6th, 2018

An ex-Muslim Christian refugee from Iran was arrested for privately sharing his faith in Minnesota. Not only that, but what he went through sounds to me like he was singled out and actually persecution for his faith. Here’s the story from the PJ Media: Late last month, Ramin Parsa, a Christian pastor who fled Iran […]

-Baseball Player Under Fire for His Christian Views on Homosexuality

Wednesday, August 29th, 2018

Radical LGBT activists are calling for a MLB baseball player to be fired for his Biblical Christian views on homosexuality. Daniel Murphy, who has a career .300 batting average after 10 years in the major leagues, was recently traded to the Chicago Cubs. Then the controversy began when activists dredged up a 3 year old […]

-Lessons from Canada: Christianity is Not Part of the ‘Diversity’ the Left Seeks?

Friday, August 17th, 2018

DIVERSITY   TRADITIONAL CHRISTIANITY A new law school in Canada wanted its student body to maintain traditional Christian standards when it comes to marriage and sexual behavior. Several provincial law societies declared that graduates from that school would not be allowed to practice law in their provinces. It finally went to the Canadian Supreme Court […]

-InterVarsity Sues University of Iowa After Expulsion Over Leadership Policies

Friday, August 10th, 2018

The InterVarsity Christian student organization has sued the University of Iowa after being expelled off of the Iowa campus. It is all about leadership. The Christian student group wants their leaders to be actual Christians while the university policies demand that leadership position be ‘non-discriminatory’ and available to all comers. From the Christian Post: An […]