New rules proposed by the Obama administration would exempt nonprofit religious employers like universities and hospitals from mandated coverage of contraceptives on moral grounds, but not for-profit businesses like Hobby Lobby, whose Southern Baptist owners claim a violation of their religious rights.
Ceremonial words added at the end of the presidential oath of office, and not required by the Constitution, raise interesting questions about the role of faith in public life in a religiously pluralistic society.
Passion Conference founder Louie Giglio has been forced to withdraw from delivering the benediction at President Obama’s inaugural swearing-in ceremony Jan. 21.
On the heels of the 2013 Passion Conference attended by 60,000 in Atlanta, Louie Giglio has accepted an invitation to deliver a prayer at President Obama’s upcoming inauguration.
A petition drive wants Westboro Baptist Church labeled a hate group. A Baptist minister says just ignore them.
Eleventh-hour talks in Washington to avoid impending tax increases and spending cuts known collectively as the “fiscal cliff” have nonprofits on edge.
The Supreme Court has ordered the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals to examine the constitutionality of requirements in the Affordable Care Act.
As part of his trip to Burma (Myanmar), President Obama delivered a speech urging the country to deal with ethnic violence faced by religious minorities.
One evangelical voice was conspicuous in the aftermath of President Obama’s re-election Nov. 7, but it isn’t the only one.