In a pair of religious freedom rulings this month, the Supreme Court took dramatically different approaches to a basic constitutional question: When does anti-religious hostility by government officials violate the religious liberty guarantees of the First Amendment?
The contents of this report may be incredibly damaging to the Catholic Church, but unidentified individuals are preventing its release.
Christians sued the city of Grand Haven (Michigan) to put a giant cross back up, and today marked the final nail in their coffin.
The Center for Inquiry yesterday joined with our friends and allies to submit an amicus brief to the Supreme Court yesterday in the case of Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Pauley. The brief can be found here.
The Supreme Court declined to hear a challenge to a Washington state law banning pharmacies from refusing to dispense meds for religious reasons.
On Friday, the Texas Supreme Court ruled in favor of a family accused of not teaching their children anything because they were waiting to be “raptured.”
This ruling says taxpayer money must fund secular institutions.
The Colorado Supreme Court refused to hear the case of a Christian baker who cited his religious beliefs, letting a lower court ruling stand: the bake shop
A federal court rejected the argument from a Christian group in Kansas which said that evolution was religious “indoctrination” and should not be taught in schools.
Just because reality contradicts religion doesn’t mean it’s anti-religious.