Begin Your Free Ordination

Category Archives: Freedom of Religion

Kentucky Legislation Focuses on the Bible

Posted on

The Holy Bible is not only a religious text, but also one of the most beloved literary texts. Many biblical stories are common tropes in stories from all times. The story of Joseph and his colorful coat is now a … Continue reading

Posted in Freedom of Religion, Religion
Tagged , , , ,
Leave a comment

Religious Freedom at Its Roots

Posted on

When you think about Rhode Island, what comes to mind? It’s the smallest state, but it doesn’t have much to its name. The official nickname is “The Ocean State,” because 14 percent of its total area is water. Although Rhode … Continue reading

Posted in Freedom of Religion, Religion
Tagged , ,
Leave a comment

Does Religious Freedom Legislation Really Protect Everyone’s Rights?

Posted on

Last year, we watched as many states tried to pass “bathroom bills,” limiting where transgender people could go to use the facilities. But it wasn’t just the transgender community that faced legislation that would limit their rights. Over 200 bills … Continue reading

Posted in Freedom of Religion, Morality, Religion
Tagged , , ,
Leave a comment

Religious Freedom Bills Challenge Separation of Church and State

Posted on

The United States Constitution was written to allow for the free exercise of faith by its citizens as well as avoid state-mandated religion. The question of balancing religious freedom with civil liberty has been particularly salient in the first decades of the … Continue reading

Posted in Christianity, Freedom of Religion, Religion
Tagged , , , ,
Leave a comment

Study Shows Women More Religious Than Men

Posted on

A recent study has shown that women are generally more religious than men. The study, conducted by the Pew Research Center, looked at several different aspects of religion and spirituality. It also looked at separate religions, and the results varied … Continue reading

Posted in Equal Rights, Faith Healing, Freedom of Religion, Religion, Social Equality, Social Justice, Uncategorized
Tagged , , ,
Leave a comment

San Bernardino Shooting Leaves 14 Victims Dead

Posted on

A mass shooting in San Bernardino, California, has left 14 dead with many more injured. Police say a husband and wife walked into a Christmas party at a developmental disability center and started shooting. The center was being rented by … Continue reading

Posted in Aid, Disasters, Freedom of Religion, Funerals, Health and Wellness, ISIS, Politics, Religion
Tagged , , ,
Leave a comment

Ted Cruz Doesn’t Want an Atheist in Office

Posted on

Last month, we heard about Ben Carson and his thoughts on having a Muslim as our president. Putting it quite frankly, he doesn’t think having a Muslim as our president is a good idea, because he is concerned a Muslim’s … Continue reading

Posted in Freedom, freedom from religion, Freedom of Religion, Human Rights, Jesus Christ, Politics, Religion, Social Equality
Tagged , , ,
Leave a comment

Suspension Reversed for Teen Football Player Who Praised God

Posted on

For the last couple of months, the media has been covering a news story about a football coach who has been suspended after he refused to stop praying in the middle of the football field after games. Even though his … Continue reading

Posted in Citizens Rights, Freedom, freedom from religion, Freedom of Religion, Jesus Christ
Tagged , , ,
Leave a comment
← Older posts