Religious Liberty

San Diego: Victim of a “workplace Bible pest” is awarded a large payout

"In his complaint, Johnson alleged Beale began leading 'prayer sessions' in her new role as Deputy Director and urged her employees to attend church. During a subsequent performance review, Beale allegedly cautioned Johnson that he should start reading his Bible" - Patheos

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Will the Supreme Court let Montana get away with anti-religious discrimination?

"Last week, the Supreme Court agreed to hear yet another important religious liberty case, Espinoza v. Montana. In this case, the state of Montana excluded religious schools from a scholarship program because of the state’s Blaine Amendment — basically an anti-religion law." - W. Examiner

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“If One Believes Salvation Is Only Available Through One’s Own Faith, How Do You Deal with People of Other Faiths?”

"All these horrific conflicts were rooted not in religion but in religious intolerance. They involved, in many cases, the aggressors ignoring the principles of love, tolerance or respect inherent in their own religious scriptures." - RNS

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Supreme Court: Peace Cross Gets to Stay, But Not Because It’s ‘Secular’

“'The fact that the cross is undoubtedly a Christian symbol should not blind one to everything else that the Bladensburg Cross has come to represent: a symbolic resting place for ancestors who never returned home, a place for the community to gather and honor all veterans and their sacrifices for this Nation, and a historical landmark,' wrote Justice Samuel Alito, in the majority opinion.” - Christianity Today

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