Religious Beliefs

Insurance Company Forced to Pay Nearly $700k to Employee Fired for Refusing COVID Vaccine

A federal jury has ordered that Blue Cross BlueShield of Tennessee (BCBST) owes nearly $700,000 to Tanja Benton, a former employee who was fired for refusing the COVID vaccine based on her religious beliefs.

Law Enforcement Given Americans’ Mail Information Without Court Approval

The United States Postal Service (USPS) shared Americans' mailing information with law enforcement without appropriate court approval.

Strengthening Our Faith Under Oppressive Forces: Brad Dacus

In our nation today, Christian values face unprecedented attacks from all sides.

Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging Pro-Life Law

St. Louis Circuit Judge Jason Sengheiser has dismissed a lawsuit alleging that Missouri's pro-life protections violate the separation of church and state.

Far-Left Groups to Fight Louisiana Law Requiring 10 Commandments Be Displayed in Classrooms

After Louisiana became the first state to require the Ten Commandments to be displayed in public school classrooms, far-left groups have promised to challenge the law.

Los Angeles Fire Department Captain Sues After Compulsory Pride Display

Captain Jeffrey Little has sued the Los Angeles Fire Department after it denied his religious accommodation request to refrain from raising the "Progress Pride Flag."

House Republicans Introduce Bill Reversing Title IX Changes

Representative Mary Miller (R-IL) and 67 other Republicans introduced a bill that would reverse the Title IX changes made under the Biden administration.

Christian Foster Parents Sue Vermont for Revoking Licenses Over Gender Ideology

A complaint filed on Tuesday claims that a number of Christian families were expelled from Vermont's foster care system due to their beliefs regarding...

City Forbids Chaplains from Praying ‘In Jesus’ Name’

A city official in Carlsbad, California has prohbited a police chaplain and a fire chaplain from praying "in Jesus' name."

Parents Call on Archdiocese to Abandon Lawsuit Against Colorado’s Pre-K Program

Two Catholic parents have urged the Archdiocese of Denver to withdraw its lawsuit against Colorado over LGBTQ+ nondiscrimination protections in the state's universal pre-K...

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