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It's OK to Pray for Paris But We Suspend a Football Coach for Praying After a Game

“After the tragic terrorist attack in Paris that took the lives of 132 people, more than 70 million people from more than 200 countries took to Instagram to share their prayers for Paris, with #prayforparis as the No. 59 more words

Religious News

Free Speech Apocalypse Unveils Discrimination at Indiana University

A new movie, Free Speech Apocalypse, documents Pastor Douglas Wilson’s experience at Indiana University and the fall out from censorship and anti-Constitutional measures used to silence Christians and anyone who disagrees with a particular worldview. 38 more words


First Amendment Violated Again, Christian Goes to Jail, Muslims Get Money

Why are American Christians being treated differently under the First Amendment than Somali Muslims who make religious liberty claims under the U.S. Constitution, but don’t follow it?

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Religious intolerance may harm India's economy - business leaders

This article is published in partnership with Time.com. The original version can be found here.

By Rishi Iyengar @Iyengarish

The chorus of voices expressing concern about religious intolerance in India grew louder over the weekend, when two of the country’s… 305 more words


EEOC Defends “Mark of The Beast” Ruling – Religious Beliefs Don’t Have To Make Sense To Be Protected

In August 2015, the EEOC prevailed in a religious discrimination lawsuit against Consol Energy and was awarded in excess of $500,000.00.  Former Consol mine worker Beverly Butcher, who had been with the company for over 35 years, refused to use Consol’s new biometric hand scanners that were installed to track employee time and attendance.  388 more words

Labor & Employment

Read to Know: #IStandWithAhmed

Until a couple of weeks ago, Ahmed Mohamed was an unknown 14-year-old student at MacArthur High School in Irving, Texas. But on September 14th, everything changed for him. 308 more words

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