Archive for: June, 2013

What Changed? Will the Court's Same-Sex Marriage Cases Affect You?

What Changed? Will the Court's Same-Sex Marriage Cases Affect You?

Neither Hollingsworth nor Windsor demand that any church, even in states that allow gay marriage, be forced to conduct gay weddings. Moreover, these decisions do not affect the ability of churches to decry homosexuality or homosexual conduct as immoral.

 
 

Two Supreme Court Decisions Narrow Scope of Employers' Title VII Liability

Two Supreme Court Decisions Narrow Scope of Employers' Title VII Liability

By Michael Peabody – On Monday, June 24, 2013 the U.S. Supreme Court issued two 5-4 decisions that will make it more difficult for plaintiffs to prove that their employers violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title VII is the federal law designed to protect employees from discrimination on the basis of factors such as race, sex, and religion.

 
 

Down the Rabbit Hole: What's Really at Stake With Domestic Surveillance? (Huffington Post)

Down the Rabbit Hole: What's Really at Stake With Domestic Surveillance? (Huffington Post)

Ryan J. Bell writes the following for the Huffington Post, excerpted briefly below. Click here to read the full article. EXCERPT: Click here to read the full article.  

 
 

Grow Together: Lessons from the Wheat and Tares

Grow Together: Lessons from the Wheat and Tares

By Jason Hines – The parable of the wheat and tares teaches Christians a simple lesson: That we should not be eager to rip up the “tares” and destroy them (or at best separate from them) before the appointed time.

 
 

Prayers, Parks, and Monuments: Litigation Over Religious Symbols in America

Prayers, Parks, and Monuments: Litigation Over Religious Symbols in America

By Jason Hines – Now the clock is ticking for the group because there are KY tourism tax incentives for the project that are set to expire in May of 2014. The longer it takes to open the park, the less the group can receive in rebates. Under the current plan, the group can receive up to 25% of the cost of the project over ten years.