Supreme Court Caves: Fails to Protect Religious Liberty and Freedom of Conscience – 5 Things You Should Know

Craig HueyFirst Amendment, Religious Liberty, Supreme Court6 Comments

#1. In America, no one should be forced to violate their conscience by requiring them to express a message, embrace an idea or celebrate an event they disagree with. The state court had branded florist Barronelle Stutzman a “discriminator” and ordered her to attend, facilitate and create custom floral art celebrating all marriages or none. Stutzman had argued that her … Read More

Victory: Supreme Court Rejects California Ban on Prayer, Worship and Home Studies

Craig HueyBible, Church, Government, Religious Liberty, Supreme Court3 Comments

It’s a huge victory. In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court stopped California from prohibiting: Prayer Worship Small home Bible studies This may seem like an April Fools joke, but Governor Newsom made it illegal for 12 months for Christians to pray, worship or have home Bible studies in California. The Court agreed this government mandate violated Christians’ First … Read More

Supreme Court Victory for Christian Student

Craig HueyEducation, Faith, First Amendment, Supreme Court1 Comment

A Georgia college student fought back against unconstitutional discrimination and won. He was told by the school he couldn’t distribute Christian literature. He fought back against unconstitutional discrimination and won. In a 8-1 decision, Chuck Uzuegbunam won…and the college changed its policies. It’s a major win for free speech and religious expression. Sadly, while strict constructionists and even the judicial … Read More