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-The Future of Religious Freedom is Being Compromised by The Courts

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

Here’s a video report from Citizen Link that explores how the future of our religious freedom in America is currently being compromised by recent court decisions around the country. Just yesterday we looked at the recent refusal of SCOTUS to consider one of these key cases from New Mexico and how that may affect religious […]

-4th Circuit Ruling Stands: Prayers in Jesus Name Are Out

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

                                         (Image via Wikipedia) Today (Tuesday 1/17) the US Supreme Court declined to hear a case coming from the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals. The Appeals Court had ruled in a 2-1 panel decision last October in Joyner v. Forsyth County (North Carolina) that public legislative meetings could not begin with prayers in the “name […]

-9th Circuit Court of Appeals Upholds Hiring Rights of Christian Charity

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

( by Zooomabooma via Flickr) Today (1/25/11) the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the rights of Religious non-profit organizations to hire people who share their same faith and a prescribed set of beliefs. Here’s an official statement by World Vision concerning today’s action: World Vision applauds today’s action by the U.S. Court of Appeals […]

-Appeals Court Rules Against Mall That Arrested Youth Pastor

Sunday, August 15th, 2010

The California Court of Appeal has issued a ruling sharply criticizing the Roseville Galleria Mall for arresting a youth pastor that was sharing his faith. The decision was unanimous in favor of the youth pastor who was represented by the Pacific Justice Institute. According to the PJI the Roseville Galleria maintained some rules that attempted […]

-Federal Judge Rules ‘National Day of Prayer’ Unconstitutional

Friday, April 16th, 2010

(Image via Wikipedia) MADISON, Wis. -Yesterday, U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb ruled that the ‘National Day of Prayer’ was unconstitutional saying the day amounted to an ‘official’ call for religious action: “It goes beyond mere ‘acknowledgment’ of religion because its sole purpose is to encourage all citizens to engage in prayer, an inherently religious exercise […]

-Court Awards Woman Injured while ‘Slain in the Spirit’

Wednesday, April 14th, 2010

(Michigan Supreme Court building via Wikipedia) Here is the interesting case of a woman who was injured in 2002 when she was ‘Slain in the Spirit’ and eventually sued the church for her injuries and for slander: Dadd, who is in her 50s, sued the church and its pastor after she was injured while “slain […]