Poor Jerry Falwell Jr.! The media in Lynchburg, Va., is being soooo mean to him. It breaks your heart to read about it.
In Oklahoma, state legislators seem intent on pushing through legislation that encourages public schools to teach from the Bible.
Misguided Florida lawmakers are trying to railroad through a constitutional amendment that would allow tax dollars to subsidize religion.
Last month, Americans United asked the Internal Revenue Service to investigate a Gainesville, Fla., church that waded into partisan politics in a mayoral race.
Colson’s Curious Confession: Religious Right Leader Says He Fears Theocracy (And We Fear He’s Fibbing)
Chuck Colson has declared his biggest fear is theocracy.
Yes, you read that right. The Religious Right warhorse has just told The New York Times that his “greatest concern is theocracy.”
Sid Kemp is upfront about the agenda of Feeding God’s Children. The ministry, affiliated with Two Rivers Church in Lenoir City, Tenn., provides food and other assistance to children in Appalachia and Guatemala, and it provides evangelism as part of the package.
Better watch what you say if you’re in a meeting with Liberty University Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr.
“If you get a federal grant, you can’t use that grant money to proselytize to the people you help and you can’t discriminate against them -- or against the people you hire -- on the basis of their religion,” explained then presidential-hopeful Barack Obama while discussing his proposed changes to