An interesting documentary is opening in some major cities this weekend, and if you get the chance, I’d suggest that you check it out.
If Sylvia Spencer took a job at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, no one would ask her what her religious beliefs are.
U.S. Rep. J. Randy Forbes (R-Va.) is on a crusade against church-state separation.
Is it time for a truce in the “culture wars”?
Indiana’s Republican governor, Mitch Daniels, thought so – for about five minutes. Under outraged pressure from the Religious Right, he quickly reversed himself.
Saving Souls Though School Supplies?: Fla. Church-School ‘Partnership’ Becomes Opportunity For Evangelism
Public school principal Steve Comparato in Polk County, Fla., said his prayers were answered when a local church agreed to “adopt” his school and pay for $5,000 worth of supplies.
Yesterday Americans United asked the Internal Revenue Service to investigate a South Dakota church whose pastor openly admitted that he endorsed a gubernatorial candidate from the pulpit.
If I lived in southern Illinois and wanted a lesson in Christianity, like most people, I’d consult a Christian pastor, priest or theologian.
Yesterday was primary election day in a number of states. Several candidates who ran on platforms bashing church-state separation fared poorly.
Here are some results that might be of interest: