- Some guest pastors decide to use their time at the podium to launch into political harangues or attack members of the community, such as people who are LGBTQ, abortion-rights advocates and others
- The Brevard County Commissioners, which now open meetings with a moment of silence, have agreed not to reinstitute the old practice of discriminating against people who don’t belong to mainstream, monotheistic religions when selecting invocation speakers.
- AU opposes the Muslim Ban because it violates our fundamental values of religious freedom for all. It’s clear this ban is driven by hostility toward Muslims and their faith.
- These proposed regulations could have a broad reach, affecting programs for housing, food, substance use treatment, counseling, veterans’ services, care for the elderly and more.
- Even for those of us who know how vital church-state separation is, it isn’t always easy to find the words to express why, or to make the case to others about why they should care. The National Advocacy Summit will help.
- The National Prayer Breakfast is an anachronism. It’s also beyond reforming. After yesterday’s travesty, the best thing to do is shut it down.
- Although much of Trump’s speech was his usual braggadocio, one line stood out for its disingenuousness. 'Together we are building the world’s most prosperous and inclusive society,' Trump said. 'We are lifting up citizens of every race, color, religion and creed.'
The National Prayer Breakfast Is Tomorrow. Get Ready For Another Serving Of ‘God And Country’ Rhetoric
One would think President Donald Trump would need a break after spewing the fusillade of nonsense that was his State of the Union address, but no such luck – he’ll be back tomorrow with more at the National Prayer Breakfast (NPB).