Vaccines do not contain aborted fetal tissue.
Some vaccines are made with fetal embryo fibroblast cells from cell lines that are derived (they can replicate infinitely) from two electively terminated pregnancies in the 1960s. 126 more words
ONE day after releasing their final rulings of the term, the justices of the Supreme Court returned for an encore on June 28th. 298 more words
It’s been in the news recently that a few states have (re)issued “Religious Freedom Laws.” The most recent being Mississippi’s Protecting Freedom of Conscience from Government Discrimination Act. 1,003 more words
On Tuesday, February 16, St. John’s Law and Religion Colloquium welcomed Professor Robin Fretwell Wilson. Professor Wilson, who was instrumental in bringing about the so-called “Utah compromise,” gave a very interesting talk about proposals from various perspectives to privatize marriage. 36 more words
A year ago, I volunteered at a local clinic that advertized as a faith-based clinic, although they were not above having an evidence-based physician practicing as their volunteer. 1,070 more words
There has been some discussions in the liberal circles lately as to whether the messy personal history of Kim Davis — an anti-gay county clerk from Kentucky who claims that the US Constitution and Jesus give her the right to use her authority as a government official to deny other people’s Constitutional rights — is an appropriate subject for public dissection. 792 more words