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Global war on Christianity is violent and real

Boston Globe

April 12, 2014

Dutch Jesuit priest Frans van der Lugt, killed in Syria last week just shy of his 76th birthday, spent 50 years in his adopted country, humbly serving poor and disabled persons regardless of their race or religion. On Monday morning, a still-unidentified assailant dragged him into the street outside his Jesuit residence, beat him, and then shot him twice in the head.

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Filed under: Religious freedomPersecution

Nobody Expects the Rainbow Inquisition

Breakpoint commentary by Eric Metaxas

April 11, 2014

He was the co-founder of Mozilla, a non-profit whose Web browser, Firefox, broke Microsoft's stranglehold on the browser market. Yet, none of this mattered to the folks at Mozilla, who recently forced him to resign two weeks after he became its CEO. His offense? Supporting traditional marriage.

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Filed under: CommentariesMarriageHomosexuality

Younger Americans lose faith in the Bible

Washington Times

April 9, 2014

Roy Peterson, president of the American Bible Society, said, "In our experience, they may not necessarily be coming back like previous generations. Today the skeptics are saying, 'It's just like any other piece of literature, and it's no different from that.'" Millennials, generally described as those born since 1980, are less likely to own, read and respect the Bible. Survey conductors predicted this trend would continue through the next five years.

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Filed under: Religious freedomPolling

The Financial Burden of Substantial Burden

National Review Online commentary by Carrie Severino

April 8, 2014

Hobby Lobby was providing generous health insurance and wages long before the phrase "Affordable Care Act" touched paper in Congress. Forcing Hobby Lobby to drop health coverage burdens their religious exercise because their religious beliefs require them to provide generous benefits to employees. All that's required is that Hobby Lobby have a sincerely-held religious belief and that the government's policy put substantial pressure on it to act against those beliefs. This has been unambiguous statutory law under RFRA for 20 years and clear Supreme Court precedent for more than 30 years.

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Filed under: LawsuitsReligious freedomJudicial Crisis Network

What Mozilla Means

First Things commentary by Robert George

April 3, 2014

Mozilla has now made its employment policy clear. No Catholics need apply. Or Evangelical Christians. Or Eastern Orthodox. Or Orthodox Jews. Or Mormons. Or Muslims. Unless, that is, you are the "right kind" of Catholic, Evangelical, Eastern Orthodox Christian, observant Jew, Mormon, or Muslim, namely, the kind who believes your religious or philosophical tradition is wrong about the nature of marriage as the conjugal union of husband and wife, and the view now dominant among secular elites is correct. In that case, Mozilla will consider you morally worthy to work for them.

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Filed under: CommentariesReligious freedomHomosexuality

Eich Is Out. So Is Tolerance.

Heritage Foundation Foundry commentary by Ryan Anderson

April 3, 2014

Christian adoption agencies already have been forced out of serving children because they believe orphans deserve a mom and a dad. Forcing out these agencies doesn't help those orphans, and it doesn't help our society. We need as many adoption agencies as possible. Other cases include a photographer, a baker, a florist, a bed-and-breakfast, a T-shirt company, a student counselor, the Salvation Army, and more. In each of these instances, there were plenty of other businesses available that were willing to provide similar services.

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Filed under: CommentariesReligious freedomHeritage Foundation

Liberals Are Using Campaign Disclosures to Intimidate and Harass

Heritage Foundry commentary by Hans von Spakovsky

April 3, 2014

The resignation of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich over a personal $1,000 donation he made in 2008 in support of California's Proposition 8 shows the dark side of campaign disclosure laws and how liberals are using them to intimidate, harass, and bully anyone who disagrees with them on social and cultural issues. The Mozilla staffers and others targeting the company are engaging in the type of intolerance and coercive behavior that they are always accusing others of exhibiting.

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Filed under: CommentariesReligious freedomHeritage Foundation

Honoring Hobby Lobby, Conestoga Wood Specialties for living their faith

Washington Times commentary by Ed Feulner

April 1, 2014

From the Declaration of Independence through the Revolution, the Civil War through the civil rights movement, Americans have frequently been willing to fight back and assert their rights when overzealous governments tried to take them away. That's still happening today. The owners of Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties took their turn recently, when their lawyers argued before the Supreme Court.

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Filed under: LawsuitsReligious freedomHeritage Foundation

Abortion and the HHS Mandate

National Review Online commentary by Ramesh Ponnuru

March 27, 2014

During the oral argument Justice Kennedy asked whether, on the government's theory of the case, it would be permissible to force companies to cover abortion in their insurance policies for their employees. I think the answer to that question is clearly yes. And as Matthew Franck points out, the question is not a hypothetical one: The case itself concerns a company that objects to covering drugs that may cause abortion.

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Filed under: LawsuitsAbortionContraception

Women rally outside Supreme Court for religious liberty

Catholic News Agency

March 26, 2014

Jeanne Monahan, president of the March for Life, stressed that the challenge to the mandate is not about contraception, but instead "is about religious liberty. This is about President Obama changing the landscape of the separation of church and state that we have known until today," she said, adding that "no one should be forced into a corner on things such as this."

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Filed under: LawsuitsReligious freedomMarch for Life

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