Topic > Politics
Earlier today, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down its much-anticipated decision in 303 Creative v. Elenis, a free speech case with implications for religious liberty. In a 6-3 landmark decision, the Court held that the government may not compel Americans to express messages they do not believe. The question before the Court was whether a...Read
Will the Supreme Court decision about sexual orientation and gender identity impact religious entities?
Don Balasa (JD, MBA) is a member of the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, serves as CBMW’s legal counsel, and is an adjunct professor at Trinity International University. On June 15, 2020, the United States Supreme Court announced its decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia, an important federal employment law case. The Court...Read
Evan Lenow talks to Scott Corbin about why Christians thinking ethically matters for worship, the importance of friendship, and why Supreme Court decisions matter for religious liberty. *********** Image: sunset by Colin on 7/17/14, accessed on Flickr and licensed under Creative CommonsListen
I read a great deal. I read books — actual books and also on a kindle — websites, blogs, and newspapers. In a certain sense, as a pastor/church planter, I read out of delight, but I also read out of necessity to maintain a pulse on current events and a sense of history. Several weeks...Read
The Leading Edge is our weekly look-over-our-shoulder at what we’re reading around this Internet thing. Want to participate? Send us what you’re reading by tweeting it to us – @CBMWEdge. You should follow us too. Go ahead. We’ll wait. Done? Good, now onto the Edge. How the President Evolved – This is the New York...Read
By Michael Berry: “We live in fame or go down in flames. Hey! Nothing can stop the U.S. Air Force!” These ominous words conclude the first stanza of the U.S. Air Force’s official song. Ironically, it appears that nothing indeed can stop the Air Force from going down in flames. Recent events at its hallowed...Read