Man Claims Restaurant Asked Him To Leave For Wearing CrossAn Indiana man and his pastor are claiming that a local restaurant profiled them and threatened to throw the man out for wearing a cross in public.
Israel To Give $1 Million To Houston Jewish CommunityIsrael said that it will donate $1 million in emergency aid to Houston's Jewish community to help with Harvey recovery efforts. The funds will be earmarked for repairs at damaged schools, synagogues and a community center.
Pope Prays For Harvey Flood VictimsPope Francis on Sunday said that he was joining in the suffering of residents of Texas and Louisiana, and cited the "victims, thousands of homeless and the enormous property damage."
Church Claims University Medical Center Backed Out Of Easter Sunday Building DealControversy surrounds The University of Mississippi Medical Center after a reported breach of contract with The World Center Church.
Trucker Claims He Was Fired For Listing 'Jesus' As His Co-DriverRamiro Olivarez says he lost his job because of his religious beliefs.
Deputy Allowed To Keep Beard, Turban While On PatrolA Harris County Sheriff’s deputy is being allowed to keep his beard and wear his turban while on patrol.
U.S. Supreme Exempts Businesses From Contraception MandateA divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that some companies with religious objections can avoid the contraceptives requirement in President Obama's health care overhaul, the first time the high court has declared that businesses can hold religious views under federal law.
'Duck Dynasty' Star: 'They Railed Against Me For Giving Them The Truth About Their Sins' Phil Robertson, star of the popular “Duck Dynasty” television show, defended his controversial comments on homosexuality, giving a church sermon in which he ridiculed media coverage and others “blurring” the lines between “sinners” and homosexuals.
Willie Robertson: 'I Believe What The Bible Says'“Duck Dynasty” star Willie Robertson defended his Christian faith in a recent interview with CNN.
Okla. Bill That Allows Business Owners To Refuse Service To Gays Over Religious Beliefs To Be RewrittenAn Oklahoma bill that would allow business owners with strongly held religious beliefs to refuse service to gays will be rewritten and likely won't be considered in its current form this legislative session, the measure's House author said Tuesday.
High School Teacher Forced To Remove Religious Poster From ClassroomA high school teacher was forced to remove a religious poster after a student took offense and sent a photo of the poster to the Freedom from Religion Foundation.
Atheist Lawsuit: Majority Of The Ten Commandments Violate US ConstitutionAn atheist group’s lawsuit filed this week alleges that not only is the State of Oklahoma’s display of the Ten Commandments on Capitol grounds unconstitutional, but that the majority of each of the Judeo-Christian commandments are themselves in violation of the US Constitution.