A blank wall, an unadorned car bumper, a monochromatic cup—some may find it hard to believe, but none of these things take any position on the existence of a god, or whether one religion is better than others. Legal Fellow Madeline Ziegler discusses why the lack of religion is not anti-religion.
The Supreme Court has agreed to determine whether a five-blank form (name, org. name, date, sign, address) is a burden on religious freedom. The cases are not about religious freedom, but about imposing religious dogma on others.
Religion declines and the Nones are on the rise. Will the Nones seize the political power that comes with an exploding demographic?
Sen. Orrin Hatch rages against a phantom enemy; really he’s upset about the coming end of Christian privilege in America.
Here is one concrete idea for supporting our active duty military without increasing the military budget: convert our military chaplaincies. Each branch of our military has a chaplaincy program, ostensibly in order to accommodate the spiritual needs of service members serving abroad and in remote areas. But the need for such accommodation is questionable.
The owners of Hobby Lobby are under federal investigation for “the illicit importation of cultural heritage from Iraq.”
Have you been watching the legal battles over cake decorators and municipal clerks like Kim Davis who want to be able to discriminate against gay couples in the name of “religious freedom?” Now a bill has been pre-filed in Florida for the 2016 legislative session that would allow any person (or corporation) to legally discriminate in the name of their personal religion.