Faith leaders reflect on the historic SCOTUS decision legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide.
The LGBT community still has work to do after our right to marry is recognized by the Supreme Court.
Next week, the Supreme Court will hear one of the most historic oral arguments in its 226-year history.
Progressives may have the momentum, but conservatives still have a majority.
Seven churches were told that abortion coverage would be required by employee health plans.
The court’s decision leaves unchanged 20 state laws blocking same-sex unions. But each is facing challenges.
In an unexpected move, the Supreme Court leaves intact lower court rulings, legalizing same sex marriage in 11 additional states.
The Supreme Court will decide if an Arkansas inmate can grow a half-inch beard in observance of his faith.
For a country full of Goliaths, we’re awfully obsessed with being David.
Museum of the Bible, a controversial education non-profit led by Hobby Lobby President Steve Green, has postponed the launch of its new curriculum.
Do Christian organizations need to be exempt from anti-discrimination policies?
Why did a Mennonite family decide to tangle with Hobby Lobby and the Supreme Court?
The Court’s ruling in favor of closely held corporations is limited in scope. But the real religious exemption fight is yet to come.
The numbers don’t lie: Opposing the Affordable Care Act will lead to an increase in the number of abortions.
The Greece v. Galloway decision is another reminder that some things are both constitutional and wrong.
Why the Town of Greece v. Galloway decision was a major win for religious freedom.
Why the government should remember that faith is good for business.
Is evangelical unease about contraception just a cover for white male leaders to keep women out of pulpits?