A federal judge ruled Wednesday that the University of Iowa can’t selectively enforce its non-discrimination policy on a Christian student group that requires that its leaders abide by a Christian statement of faith.
Prosecutors in the Netherlands have opened an investigation to determine whether Christians have violated Dutch law by signing the “Nashville Statement” affirming traditional marriage.
After Houston rejected similar measures three years ago, churches in Austin may be forced to hire homosexual and transgender pastors and ministers due to a city ordinance.
“In the name of ‘diversity’ David Eggen is attacking the constitutional right to have thoughts, opinions and beliefs different than his own.”
Two Arizona calligraphy artists faced with fines and up to six months jail time for declining to take part in promoting gay “weddings”.
Bus ads promoting an upcoming evangelistic festival with Franklin Graham in England were pulled in response to outcry from LGBT communities.
A UK doctor has been sacked as a medical assessor after refusing to renounce his Christian belief that gender is determined at birth.
SCOTUS has ruled that a WA state court would have to reconsider its ruling against a florist who would not do wedding flowers for a gay wedding.
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that LGBT "rights" trump religious rights in an unprecedented blow to religious freedom in Canada.
"Resign or be fired" was the ultimatum delivered to John Kluge, a teacher at Indiana’s Brownsburg High and a devout follower of Jesus Christ.