Shane Vander Hart: While the Supreme Court’s 7-2 decision in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission is a win for religious liberty, it is very narrow, and I have two concerns about Justice Kennedy’s majority opinion that have negative implications.
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals rightly rules that Eastern Michigan University could not expel Julea Ward because of her religious beliefs against affirming homosexuality.
Yesterday’s 9-0 ruling by the Supreme Court should be great news for Christian (and other religious institutions) organizations. In the Hosanna-Tabor Lutheran Church and School v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission case, the issue was whether the ministerial exception which the EEOC wanted to strictly define to workers who perform strictly religious functions applied also to […]
U.S. District Court Judge George Caram Steeh decided on Wednesday that Eastern Michigan University was within their rights to expel graduate students, like Julea Ward, who was until recently attending grad school their to earn a masters degree in counseling. She believed that homosexuality is immoral, which didn’t sit well with her professors. Fox News […]
A meme on the left is that Christian conservatives desire to establish a theocracy, that they want to trample on people’s liberty, and they are are the jihadists of the West. When is the the establishment clause of the First Amendment actually violated? Which is why we have that clause, to avoid a national religion […]