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Mozilla, World Vision and reconsidering the rules of engagement

Recent weeks have been marked by separate but related cultural conflicts: one involving the Christian humanitarian organization World Vision, the other involving the Internet technology company Mozilla and both involving the highly explosive topic of same-sex marriage. First, in a public statement to Christianity Today, World Vision announced changes in…  [more]

Hobby Lobby’s high horse

When the United States Supreme Court hears oral arguments on Tuesday concerning Hobby Lobby and the Affordable Care Act, it will be framed by many as a defining moment for religious freedom. But could this also be a case of Hobby Lobby getting on a high horse? As the Affordable…  [more]

Hate speech, heresy and the lesson of Fred Phelps

Fred Phelps - founder of a church whose hateful, antigay rhetoric included demonstrations at military funerals - went gently into that good night late Wednesday. Phelps died in a state of exile from Westboro Baptist Church and estranged from many members of his family, a sad but unsurprising end to…  [more]

Why that proposed Satan statue is as ridiculous as it sounds

A controversy erupted in Oklahoma recently when the Oklahoma legislature erected a privately commissioned stone memorial inscribed with the Ten Commandments on the grounds of the Oklahoma state capitol. The Oklahoma ACLU and an organization called American Atheists filed lawsuits in federal court, claiming a violation of the First Amendment…  [more]

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