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-Satan Clubs in Public Elementary Schools?

Thursday, October 20th, 2016

(Image: AfterSchoolSatan.com) At a time when Christian clubs are being challenged in many public school districts across America, Satan Clubs are now being allowed. Ironically, the same SCOTUS ruling that supported Christian student groups in public schools is being used as the legal basis for establishing new After School Satan Clubs. Here’s the story from […]

-Massachusetts: Court Ruling May Doom Religious Schools in the State?

Thursday, February 18th, 2016

A recent Massachusetts court ruling may make it very difficult for faith-based religious schools to exist in the state. Here’s the story from CNA: Boston, Mass., Feb 15, 2016 / 04:45 am (CNA/EWTN News).- A Massachusetts court ruling against a Catholic school may have set a dangerous precedent that interferes with religious schools’ ability to […]

-It’s Not Unconstitutional to Call It a ‘Christmas Tree’

Saturday, December 12th, 2015

It is becoming more and more common around America to call a Christmas tree in the public square a ‘Holiday Tree’ under the mistaken impression that it is now ‘unconstitutional’ to use the word ‘Christmas.’ However that is really not the case. In reality references to Christmas and even displays on public property are legal […]

-Canada: Christian Law School Can’t Get Accreditation Over Homosexuality

Tuesday, November 4th, 2014

                               (Illustration from Trinity Western University website) Canada seems to be a few years ahead of us in a negative way over the battles for Religious liberty in the face of political correctness and special rights for homosexuality. A Christian law school with a traditional Biblical view on homosexuality has not been able to get […]

-HS Football Coach Fired for Allowing Team to Pray?

Monday, September 22nd, 2014

                   (Photo credit: Wikipedia) According to the US Supreme Court students are still allowed to pray in public schools as long as it is not initiated or lead by a teacher, a school  official, minister, or any other adult. However a football coach in Arizona was recently fired for allowing student lead prayers before a […]

-Federal Judge Gives Baptist College an Exemption From HHS Mandate

Friday, August 15th, 2014

        (US Depart.of Justice: Wikipedia) A federal judge in Louisiana on Wednesday gave a Baptist college an exemption from the Obama administrations HHS Contraceptive/Abortifacient Mandate. Here’s the story from the CItizenLink: In a landmark decision, a federal district court on Wednesday said a Christian college in Louisiana is exempt from complying with the HHS mandate. […]

-Student Forced to Stop Reading Bible During After-School Program

Friday, April 4th, 2014

                                       (Photo credit: Wikipedia) This is another instance where a student has been denied his religious liberty because of the ignorance of school teachers and officials across America. In this case an elementary student was forced to stop reading his Bible in an after-school program. Not only that but the teachers even tried to take […]