Pa. House Of Representatives Can’t Discriminate Against Non-Theists, Americans United And American Atheists Say In Lawsuit

Legislative Body’s Exclusionary Invocation Policy Is Unconstitutional, Church-State Watchdogs Assert

Legislative Body’s Exclusionary Invocation Policy Is Unconstitutional, Church-State Watchdogs Assert A Pennsylvania House of Representatives’ policy barring people who do not believe in God from offering pre-meeting invocations is discriminatory, American ... Read »

Why People Of Faith Should Support Non-Theistic Invocations

Bill Mefford Wall of Separation The biblical book of Acts tells a story about the Apostle Paul, known as the greatest church planter in the history of Christianity, walking through the streets of Athens and encountering people from diverse faiths and beli ... Read »

Ga. County Takes Extreme Measure To Stop Mosque From Opening

Simon Brown Wall of Separation Some residents of a Georgia county are so upset about the possibility of a new mosque in their area that local officials have placed a temporary moratorium on all new houses of worship. In 2015, Al Maad Al Islami, a mosque i ... Read »

Greater Houston Chapter screening of "God & Governing"

September 12, 2016 at 6:30 pm You're invited to a free showing of "God & Governing," produced by the Texas Tribune, and a discussion afterwards about the intersection of faith and politics at the Texas legislature.   The God & Gover ... Read »

Greater Houston Chapter screening of "God & Governing"

September 9, 2016 at 7:00 pm You're invited to a free showing of "God & Governing," produced by the Texas Tribune, and a discussion afterwards about the intersection of faith and politics at the Texas legislature.   The God & Govern ... Read »

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