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-Support for School Prayer in Decline?

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

      (Photo credit: Wikipedia) From the Christian Post: A new study shows that support for school prayer has steadily decreased among most Americans since the 1970s with the exception of two groups: evangelicals and older Americans. University of Nebraska-Lincoln sociologist Philip Schwadel concludes from examining studies over the past 30-plus years that overall support for […]

-San Antonio Police Try to Silence Street Preachers

Thursday, September 16th, 2010

(Image via Wikipedia) Since when is sharing the Gospel in public against the law in America? A street preacher in San Antonio, Texas has been harassed and threatened by the police on multiple occasions for handing out Bible tracts and sharing his faith. Jose Muniz, a full-time minister with Jesus Crew Street Ministries, has been […]

-Court: World Vision Can Hire or Fire Based on Faith

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

(Image by Zooomabooma via Flickr) The US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Monday that World Vision, a Christian humanitarian organization, could continue to base its hiring practices and decisions on matters of religious faith. A three judge panel majority opinion declared that World Vision was a “religious organization” and qualified for the religious […]

-Rancho Cucamonga, CA: City Orders Home Bible Study to Cease

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

(Image by DrGBB via Flickr) City officials in Rancho Cucamonga, California ordered a home Bible study to cease or get a permit. There seems to be a rash of these cases going on lately. Recently home Bible studies were ordered to stop meeting in Gilbert, Arizona and in San Diego , CA. The San Diego […]

-N.H. Court Orders Homeschooled Girl to Attend Public School Over Religious Beliefs

Friday, August 28th, 2009

A judge and a court appointed counselor determined that a New Hampshire homeschooled Christian girl was too narrow in her religious beliefs and needed to attend public school in order to receive a more pluralistic view. The court order stated: "According to the guardian ad litem’s further report and testimony, the counselor found Amanda to […]