Posts Tagged “education”
A Virginia school board has settled its legal fight to display a set of historical documents that would have included the Ten Commandments at a public high school.
A candidate for a position on the Kansas State Board of Education is seeking the complete removal of the Theory of Evolution from public schools. Jack Wu is a native of California who moved to Topeka after joining the infamous Westboro Baptist Church.
The novel does not say what Camus intended with this placement of the gospel into his story at an unexpected point.
Attorneys for a Christian wedding photographer say they will appeal a New Mexico court decision that ruled she violated anti-discrimination laws by refusing to photograph a lesbian commitment ceremony.
A long-simmering conflict between the Vatican and American nuns erupted again on Monday (June 4) when the Vatican’s doctrinal office issued a scathing critique of a popular book on sexual ethics by Sister Margaret A. Farley, one of the first Catholics to teach at Yale Divinity School.
Black and white. Heaven and hell
Pope Benedict XVI’s former butler is facing up to eight years in jail for allegedly stealing confidential documents from the pope’s own desk. But according to a Vatican judge, Paolo Gabriele won’t be serving any time in the world’s smallest state.
The question of whether states can — under the U.S. Constitution — define marriage as between a man and a woman could be headed to the U.S
Today’s From the States features items from: Baptist Message (Louisiana) Baptist New Mexican Florida Baptist Witness
For the fourth straight year, President Obama has issued a proclamation recognizing June as Gay Pride month, saying “more remains to be done” in advancing gay issues and for the first time acknowledging his support for gay marriage within a proclamation.