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Posts tagged ‘Christianity’

 

Sexism in Religion: Christianity and the War of the Sexes

March 21st, 2016

Any time that proponents of combining secular governance principles with the (Christian) church profess their belief that this nation should be a religious nation, they should be reminded of the many sins committed by the religious states of the past and how our Constitution was created to prevent those sins from being used against American Read More


Religion in Politics: A History of Faith

March 15th, 2016

Which is more true in today’s political environment: ‘Faith in politics’ or ‘Faith and politics’?  At the heart of this question is what many Americans struggle with every election season, as they are bombarded by the beliefs of candidates for an office that is (perhaps remarkably) still very secular. The original language of the U.S. Read More


Conflict of Religion: Teacher Claims School Violated Constitution

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August 27th, 2015

A conflict between Judaism, Christianity and the Constitution has recently been brought to the court system in Colorado.  A Jewish teacher filed a lawsuit against the Fremont RE-2 School District, its superintendent, and its principal for allegedly promoting Christianity in the school.  Whether the school’s actions are a violation of the Constitution will be decided Read More


Christian-only Insurance Plan Must Cease, Judge Rules

Medi-Share Christian insurance plan ordered to close

November 1st, 2012

Judge rules Christian-only plan fails to meet Department of Insurance regulations A Kentucky judge has ruled that a health insurance plan available only to Christians does not meet Department of Insurance regulations. Franklin County Circuit Judge Thomas Wingate said the health insurance program will no longer be allowed to provide coverage for its 800 Kentuckian Read More