Thursday, May 8, 2014

News Tidbits

New York Times: Supreme Court Allows Prayers at Town Meetings

The Province: Trinity Western University launches legal action in defense of its homosexuality policy

Los Angeles Times: Vatican to debate teachings on divorce, birth control, gay unions

United Methodist News: United Methodist body considers change to sexuality stance

Newsweek: Women Come to Power in the Vatican

Raw Story: Kentucky spends $18 million busing kids to religious schools in spite of state constitution

Ms. Magazine: Google Removes Misleading Crisis Pregnancy Center Ads

Religion News Service: Pastor John Makokha Welcomes Persecuted LGBT Community To His Church In Kenya

Pink News: Christians who believe gay parents ‘blight’ a child’s development hold London conference

3 News: New Zealand: Pahia’s controversial 'gay healer'


  1. The case of Greece v. Galloway sets a terrible precedent for all of us. I think the Christians that want to incorporate their beliefs into all public acts and policies will soon learn how the court's ill-conceived decision will indeed cut both ways. And they won't like it.

    1. Agi Tater -- I agree. They'll be happy to have the state sanction their religious practices in public spheres, but how will they feel if another belief system tries to do the same?


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