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It’s natural for political views to strain friendships, but, as Christians, we need not let instrumentally valuable politics destroy intrinsically valuable relationships.
The UK Supreme Court has upheld the free speech rights of bakers who declined to make a “Support Gay Marriage” cake, saying they were not discriminating against the customer because of his sexual orientation.
Our ability to explain the gospel depends on our culture’s ability to understand the concept of justice, but use of the term “social justice” has been causing our understanding of justice to drift.
A California bill mandating a quota for women on corporate boards is ready to be signed into law, but aren’t these lawmakers being a little inconsistent?
Should Christians avoid reading Harry Potter since the Bible warns against witchcraft? To answer the question, we need to look deeper than the superficial trappings of the story.
Nike’s new ad campaign fits perfectly into a sincerity-is-all-that-matters culture, but a closer look reveals the absurdity of its slogan.
The California bill classifying “sexual orientation change efforts” as consumer fraud (including efforts even to merely change behavior) has been withdrawn.
The Colorado Civil Rights Commission has once again accused Jack Phillips of discrimination, but their accusation seems to contradict what they said to the Supreme Court in the last case.
The Supreme Court said the government has no role in deciding whether a religious belief is legitimate, and this could put an end to some arguments against religious liberty.
The Court found that the State failed to act neutrally towards Jack Phillips’s religious beliefs, expressing open hostility and failing to grant him the same freedom they granted in similar cases.