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Current News and Features

April 1, 2014

If a Company Can Be African American, Can’t It Be Religious?

Did you know that a for-profit corporation can be African American? Actually, a court recently ruled that a corporation can be an African American person under federal law. READ MORE

April 1, 2014

Hobby Lobby case creates unexpected allies in Dershowitz and Starr

When it comes to tackling complicated legal issues, one would be hard-pressed to conjure a less likely partnership than Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz and Baylor University President Ken Starr. READ MORE

March 25, 2014

Why Uganda Should Consider the Greatest Commandment

It may be the single most challenging concept for those who believe passionately in God, Allah or any other deity: How are we to behave in the face of behavior, attitudes or laws with which we disagree? When we feel in the core of our soul that what we are witnessing is not only inappropriate, but also forbidden by our Holy Book? READ MORE

March 11, 2014

Utah Employees Sue Kellogg over Religious Discrimination, Harassment

The Seventh-day Adventist Church State Council today called for prayer in support of two former employees of Morningstar Frozen Food Division, Clearfield, Utah with religious harassment and religious discrimination. READ MORE

March 4, 2014

Consistency in the Treatment of Religious Liberty Claims

In the space below, we offer some unconventional thoughts about the highly-anticipated Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. cases that will be argued in the Supreme Court next month, and that involve challenges under the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) to the Affordable Care Act’s requirement that employers must provide contraceptive services in their healthcare policies offered to employees. READ MORE