The Kentucky state House of Representatives passed a bill on Monday that would secure public school students’ freedom to express their religious and political beliefs in their school work, clothing, and in other methods.
The Trump administration issued a new executive order on Monday, revising a previous executive order regarding the entry of refugees from countries in the Middle East and Africa.
Unlike other widely observed Christian holidays, such as Easter or Christmas, Lent is not as popularly observed by Americans, according to a LifeWay Research study released in February.
The U.S. Supreme Court announced it would no longer hear a case involving the question of whether a transgender teen has the right to use the school’s restrooms and sex-segregated facilities according to gender identity rather than biological sex.
Christian bakers who were fined for refusing to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding are appealing their case in court, as oral arguments for the case were heard on Thursday.
The Montana state Senate passed a bill that would require doctors who terminate a pregnancy after 24 weeks for medical emergencies to try to do so by inducing labor or cesarean section, and then to try to give life support to the baby.
In a letter jointly signed by the Education and Justice Departments on Wednesday, the Trump administration rescinded a directive given to public schools during the Obama era to allow students to use sex-segregated facilities according to their gender identity.
The Trump administration issued memos on Monday that detail some ways that it will implement the executive orders the President signed earlier this year to increase deportations and restrict the flow of undocumented immigrants from entering the country.
Washington state’s highest court unanimously ruled on February 16 against a florist who refused to provide floral arrangements for a same-sex couple’s wedding, deciding that her refusal was a discriminatory act.
The federal government has canceled a request to an appeals court judge asking for the Obama administration’s guidance on bathrooms to remain in place for several states.
Where Do Christians Stand on Marriage, Online Dating, and Cohabitation? Study Explores Questions on Current Day Romance
A new study released earlier this month explored recent trends on marriage, online dating, and cohabitation, and where Christians fall in the map. On marriage, the Barna Group study, which was released on February 9, found that while just a little over half of the general adult population are married (52 percent), a higher proportion of practicing Christians and evangelicals (59 percent) are married.
Southern States Continue to Be Most Religious, With Mississippi Taking First for Nine Years in a Row
Of the 50 states in the U.S., those in the South continue to be the most religious, according to a recently released Gallup survey.
Betsy DeVos was confirmed by the Senate to head the nation’s Department of Education on Tuesday with a close vote of 51 to 50.
Members of the Congress introduced legislation on Wednesday that would change the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)’s tax code to allow non-profit entities to endorse or oppose political candidates without having their tax-exempt statuses revoked.
Russell Moore of Southern Baptist Convention Urges Trump to Sign Executive Order Offering Religious Freedom Protections
Russell Moore, the president of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC)'s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC), released a statement on February 3 urging President Trump to sign an executive order that would protect religious freedom.