Anti-Christian Bigotry

Conference Disinvites Bible-Believing Speaker to Create ‘Safe Space for Everyone’

"The Circles Conference announced this week that David Roark, the communications and resources director at The Village Church in Flower Mound, Texas [Pastored by Matt Chandler], would not be speaking at its conference Sept. 18-20 in Richardson, Texas." - Christian Headlines

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Anti-religious hostility takes aim at foster care and adoption agencies

"....several state governments -- spurred on by LGBT activist groups -- are seeking to shut down some of the most effective foster care and adoption providers in the country. The reason? These providers believe that children do best in homes with a married mother and father" - Acton

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Chick-fil-A to become 3rd largest fast-food chain in US sales amid growing popularity

"Over 50 years after opening the first restaurant in the Atlanta area, Chick-fil-A's sales numbers have risen significantly, bested only by McDonald's and Starbucks, according to food-service consultancy Technomic Inc, as reported by the Wall Street Journal." - Christian Examiner

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Pence Responds to Buttigieg’s Attack on His Christian Faith: ‘He Knows Better’

"Buttegieg [sic], an openly gay Christian who has risen to prominence in recent months as a Democratic presidential contender, criticized Pence on Sunday for his longstanding opposition to same-sex marriage." - National Review

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Yale Law School Pulls Fellowship Funding for Students Working at Christian Organizations

"[T]he school’s Public Interest Committee unanimously decided not to fund any student working at an organization that they deem to be discriminatory. This includes any organization that upholds the value of biblical marriage and asks the same of its employees." - Christian Headlines

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Chick-fil-A banned from Buffalo Niagara Int. airport for Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Salvation Army donations

In a statement, New York State Assemblyman Sean Ryan ilmplied that Chick-fil-A does not comply with anti-discrimination laws. "In response to the news, the chicken sandwich company released a statement denouncing the 'inaccurate narrative' being advanced about them." - Christian Post

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