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Belfast church wins right to advertise that gay people are perverts, abominations

Belfast church wins right to advertise that gay people are perverts, abominations

The Sandown Free Presbyterian Church in Belfast is claiming a free speech victory in a case involving advertisements quoting the bible, Europe's Pink News reports. A judge reversed a 2008 ruling by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) that found that ...

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Commentary: Priests and Judge in Abuse Case Spar Over Legal Fees

Commentary:  Priests and Judge in Abuse Case Spar Over Legal Fees

I read with interest a news story titled Priests and Judge in Abuse Case Spar Over Legal Fees which reported, PHILADELPHIA — Four Roman Catholic priests and a Catholic school teacher appeared in court here Monday in the first of ...

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2011 Miss America Would Vote for an Atheist

17-year-old Miss Nebraska, Teresa Scanlan, won the 2011 Miss America Crown on Jan. 15, becoming the youngest winner since the pageant created age limit rules in 1938. Teresa will be a student at Patrick Henry College. Her scholastic ambition is ...

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Federal Injunction Issued Against Oklahoma Shariah Law Ban

On November 30, Chief Judge Vicki Miles-LaGrange, of the U.S. District Court in Oklahoma City blocked Oklahoma officials from implementing a voter-approved referendum that singles out Islamic religious law, or Shariah, as a threat to the state. The federal injunction ...

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Oklahoma's Sharia Law Ban On Hold, Amendment May Also Ban Ten Commandments – Conservapedia Declares That 'Liberal Judge' Ignores Will of the People

SQ 755, the "Save Our State Amendment," passed with 70% of Oklahoma's vote on November 2.  The amendment was supposedly to ban "liberal judges" from considering international law or Sharia law when deciding cases. Less than 1% of Oklahoma's population ...

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Judge Finds that 'Christian Runaway' Cannot Reunite With Her Parents

A juvenile court judge in Columbus, Ohio, has granted a runaway Christian convert's request to declare reunion with her Muslim parents impossible, paving the way for the girl to fight deportation. Bary Rifqa is currently living in foster care, but ...

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Judge Wants Ten Commandments Displayed at Tennessee Courthouse

Despite a Hawkins County judge's claim that a display of the Ten Commandments, along with various other documents such as the Declaration of Independence, is merely a historic display, the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) says the display at a ...

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Reactions to Federal Ruling on DOMA

As we reported on the God Discussion show last Thursday, July 8, a federal judge in Massachusetts held that portions of DOMA (the federal Defense of Marriage Act) are unconstitutional.  Per KMPH Fox News, A judge's rulings in Massachusetts that ...

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Pennsylvania Blasphemy Law Declared Unconstitutional

In 2007, a filmmaker in Pennsylvania was denied his corporate name, I Choose Hell Productions, based on Pennsylvania's blasphemy law.   George Kalman chose the "I Choose Hell" name because he said it is better to struggle and live in ...

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NY Student Wearing Rosary Beads Can Be Reinstated to School

Yesterday, a federal judge ordered a school to reinstate a 13-year-old boy who was suspended for wearing rosary beads, pending a hearing into whether the suspension violated his civil rights. The school banned gang-related clothing and jewelry, and the beads ...

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Pastor Who Helped the Religious Runaway Speaks Out

An Ohio judge says that counseling is needed to heal the rift between Rifqa Barry, the "religious runaway" who converted from Islam to Christianity, and her parents. Rifqa is now 17 years old and is willing to participate in the ...

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Missionary Trusts in God's Verdict

A Haitian judge made no decision Monday about whether the ten Idaho missionaries accused of kidnapping 33 children will be released or prosecuted.  The group's leader says that she has faith in God that they will be cleared. (The video ...

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Judge Orders Release of Catholic Abuse Documents

The Catholic Diocese of Bridgeport must release approximately 12,000 pages worth of documents concerning sexual abuse pursuant to a Connecticut judge's order, but exactly how and when those documents will be disclosed is another story. At issue is the confidential ...

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