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The U.S. judge found that the Trump administration’s rule violates the law in “numerous, fundamental, and far-reaching” ways. Critics said the rule prioritized providers over patients.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Schools across Kentucky are working to fulfill a new state law requiring the national motto “In God We Trust” be displayed in a prominent place before classes begin. The Lexington Herald-Leader reports some school districts, including Jessamine and Franklin, have put up plaques while some, including Jefferson County Public Schools, plan to use… Read More
Delegates rejected change despite a Virginia pastor’s warning: “You will be putting a virus into the American church that will make it very sick, and it will be sick quickly.”
This week, the newly constituted conservative Supreme Court majority will weigh how the federal government should treat religious symbols paid for with taxpayer funds.
A central question related to LGBTQ rights may again be headed to the U.S. Supreme Court:
In the evolution of mankind, progress has been made through knowledge. Believing was good, but the big steps in history were made with science. Once humans figured out how to use fire, or a couple centuries later when our ancestors used agriculture and became sedentary, quality of life improved immensely. The big steps in developing… Read More
A Jewish Bible scholar and an African American pastor joined in an intellectual and spiritual journey of faith and scholarly inquiry. The result is they say they uncovered the truth about one of the most coveted prayers in the Christian world – the “Lord’s Prayer” and its Hebrew origins. On a journey to Israel… Read More
More than 200 Ohio clergy members are calling on Attorney General Mike DeWine to withdraw Ohio from a lawsuit attempting to block President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. These state faith leaders say blocking Obama’s order shielding millions of immigrants from deportation is an assault on family values. Clergy members submitted a letter to… Read More