Authorities All Over America Are Cracking Down On Home Bible Studies And Other Expressions Of The Christian Faith
Could you imagine being fined $250 every time you have your friends come over to watch football? Could you imagine having the government authorities take you to court over a Friday night card game? Well, down in Venice, Florida authorities are cracking down on Shane and Marlen Roessiger for holding a Bible [...]
A Christian student group at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro will be allowed to limit its membership to those who share its beliefs after the college reversed a previous decision. In April 2011, the Make Up Your Own Mind club first sought exemption from the school’s nondiscrimination policy under its [...]
April 19, 2012 Vanderbilt University Board Meets by Karla Dial The Vanderbilt University Board of Trust kicked off a two-day meeting today that could ultimately decide whether Christian student groups will remain on campus next semester. The meeting marks the first time the board has included on [...]
Christians in Britain have no automatic right to wear crosses if their employer chooses to ban such public symbols of their faith, according to the country’s Conservative-led government. The government position, to be argued in the European Court of Human Rights, has provoked concern among church leaders, such as Archbishop [...]
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Jan. 27, 2012 Federal Court Rules in Favor of Religious Freedom by Karla Dial The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today that a graduate student’s First Amendment rights were likely violated when Eastern Michigan University (EMU) expelled her from the counseling program in which she was [...]