The U.S. Supreme Court has scheduled oral arguments for December 5 in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission – an important case that will have significant implications for religious freedom.
A recent Pew Research Center poll revealed that a majority of Muslim Americans, like most Americans, is accepting of homosexuality in 2017. It also revealed that white evangelicals are the most anti-LGBTQ religious group in the country.
The state of Indiana was the site of some recent unpleasantness after its legislature passed and Gov. Mike Pence signed a “religious freedom” law.
Former fire chief Kelvin Cochran has sued the city of Atlanta and its mayor, Kasim Reed, for firing him over his proselytism in the workplace.
Cochran, author of an evangelistic tome titled Who Told You That You Were Naked?, was let go after he distributed copies of the stridently anti-gay volume to staff.
The leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) made quite a splash last week when they announced they would support a law banning discrimination against LGBTQ people – with one condition.
Some analysts hailed the move. A few headlines writers even got a little carried away and asserted that the church had endorsed gay rights or forged a compromise that other conservative religious groups could use.