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Northern Ireland pastor to be tried for criticizing Islam

In May 2014, 78-yr-old pastor James McConnell of Northern Ireland gave a sermon criticizing the government of the UK for kowtowing to the demands of Muslims. 300 more words

Christianity

Charleston church shooting is a hate crime. Should that matter?

The recent shooting of innocent people at the Emanuel AME church in Charleston, South Carolina is a tragedy and an abomination. There can never be any rationale or justification for such an act. 536 more words

Politics

Actor Patrick Stewart sides with Irish bakers for refusing gay marriage cake

You may know him as Capt. Jean-Luc Picard from Star Trek: The Next Generation or Professor X, or Charles Xavier, from the X-Men movies. Actor Patrick Stewart, when being interviewed on a BBC program, was asked about his thoughts concerning the much-publicized legal case for Ashers Baking Co. 236 more words

Christianity

Pastor Protection: An Interview with Attorney General Ken Paxton

Dr. Joe Wooddell interviews Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton about religious liberty and recent bills affecting Christians.

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Ministry

Forced speech is not free specch

The ruling in Northern Ireland yesterday – where the judge ruled that it was illegal for Presbyterian bakers to refuse to make a cake that said “support gay marriage” on it – has generated a lot of reactions. 89 more words

Editorial: What state neutrality means

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled unanimously this week that Saguenay city council, by starting its meetings with a prayer and the sign of the cross, was violating its duty of state neutrality and infringing on the freedom of conscience of members of minority religions and non-believers. 509 more words

Editorials