(Washington, DC) â€“ The American Center for Law and Justice, an international public interest law firm, today filed a petition for certiorari at the U.S. Supreme Court asking the court to hear an equal access case from Arizona and to overturn a federal appeals court decision that said the City of Tucson acted properly when it discriminated against a couple, Patricia and Robert Gentala, who organized a public event celebrating the National Day of Prayer in 1997.
WASHINGTON D.C. (HSLDA) - Your calls have made the difference! Please STOP calling your congressman! Home schoolers are now fully protected from federal control in H.R. 1. Praise the Lord!
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- Christian Coalition founder and President Pat Robertson claims he was misunderstood in comments taken by some as justifying forced abortions in China.
The continued detention of 24 American aviators by the Chinese government should come as no surprise to Washington.
"The Chinese government is demonstrating its true color and unfortunately that color is Red," says The Voice of the Martyrs spokesman Gary Lane.
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- Pressing forward despite criticism of President George W. Bush's faith-based initiative, a bipartisan group of House lawmakers has unveiled the sweeping "Community Solutions Act." The law would expand funding of religiously oriented social services and allow non-itemizers to deduct charitable giving from their taxable income.
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- Launching a major effort to educate churches about the perils of taking tax dollars for social-service ministries, the Baptist Joint Committee and the Interfaith Alliance released a guide March 13 that will be distributed to 20,000 houses of worship.
Responding to urgent pleas for help, Christian Aid has joined a campaign to raise $1.2 million to rescue Christians feared targeted for conversion or extermination by Muslim jihad warriors in Indonesia.
Sharply different perspectives on religious persecution in Indonesia have been laid before the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom.
Thus says the Lord: I have returned to Zion, and will dwell in the midst of Jerusalem
Yesterday (February 5, 2001) the American Secretary of State, Colin Powell, retreated from Bush's campaign promise to start moving the Embassy of the United States from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. President Bush had promised that his first step on taking office would be to move the Embassy.
Dozens of Christians have been killed in renewed attacks by extremist Muslim warriors in Indonesia's eastern province of Maluku. At least 32 people died in an attack on the Ambon island village of Hative Besar, according to news reports.
28 September 2000 (Newsroom) -- Dozens of Christians have been killed in renewed attacks by extremist Muslim warriors in Indonesia's eastern province of Maluku. At least 32 people died in an attack on the Ambon island village of Hative Besar, according to news reports.
(AgapePress) - A media watchdog group is accusing the CBS television network of condoning religious bigotry. The charge is made this morning by way of an open letter published in two major newspapers.