U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) seems to believe that church-state separation is harming American society.
In remarks delivered yesterday on the U.S. Senate floor, the longtime lawmaker criticized the concept of a church-state wall.
The Texas Supreme Court is set to determine if parents have a religious-freedom right to homeschool with no state oversight whatsoever. Michael and Laura McIntyre, who homeschooled their nine children after pulling them out of a local Christian school, claim the El Paso Independent School District violated their rights when it attempted to verify the children were being educated.
A self-appointed expert on sex and relationships won’t speak at an El Paso, Texas, high school – for now.
Jason Evert runs an outfit called Chastity Project. He is yet another in a seemingly endless parade of speakers who somehow manage to get themselves invited to public schools even though what they have to offer is thin at best and sometimes offensive.
An obscure Religious Right group met this week in Salt Lake City, Utah, to outline its fundamentalist vision for the United States.
Triad Chapter Meeting with Guest Speaker Dr. Richard Groves:
On October 27th the Triad (Winston-Salem, NC) Chapter hosted Dr. Richard Groves for his talk on the politically charged question “Is the United States a Christian nation?”
Here is some interesting background information about Dr. Richard Groves and Wake Forest Baptist Church:
Even though a North Carolina school board recently did the right thing when it voted to open its meetings with a moment of silence, some residents are demanding that the board put “God back in our school.”
The Cleveland County Schools Board of Education voted 8-2 not long ago to maintain its current practice of beginning meetings with a moment of silence rather than adopting a new prayer policy. This is a perfectly reasonable thing to do since silence harms no one. If someone wants to pray at that time, they may.