By Mike Griffin Plain and simple: Public accommodation and anti-discrimination laws that protect sexual orientation or gender identity can end up being a form of religious censorship, discrimination and persecution. As Baptists we support civil rights — we just have a problem with “special rights” that are generated from behavior choices. You see, basic civil […]
Chelsey Nelson runs a wedding photography and blogging business in Louisville. She is involved in a suit against Jefferson County Metro Government. ADF By Tom Strode LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) — A court decision in support of a Kentucky photographer who declines to shoot same-sex weddings is a victory for religious freedom, advocates for the First […]
Chick-fil-A’s association with those organizations had drawn the ire of LGBTQ groups in recent years…
“We mutually agreed to a six-month lease with the Oracle Mall in Reading…”
Joanna Duka (left) and Breanna Koski (center left), owners of Brush & Nib Studio, at news conference with their attorney, ADF Senior Counsel Jonathan Scruggs (center), following oral arguments at Arizona Supreme Court on Jan. 22, 2019. ADF/Special PHOENIX (BP) – The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Sept. 16 the city of Phoenix’s use of an […]
By Tom Strode LANSING, Mich. (BP) — Faith-based adoption and foster care agencies seeking to practice their religious beliefs gained an important victory Sept. 26 in Michigan. Federal Judge Robert Jonker issued a preliminary injunction blocking Michigan from canceling the state-approved contract of St. Vincent Catholic Charities to provide foster care and adoption services. St. […]
Time has run out for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.
“… as a fellow professed believer in Christ I urge you to do the right thing and make certain that people of faith in Georgia are protected.”