A Progressive Endorses Freedom to Discriminate?

A Progressive Endorses Freedom to Discriminate?

Liberal Christian Jim Wallis has drafted a letter supporting broad religious exemptions in President Obama's planned antidiscrimination order — but now he says he may not send it.

Ky. Baptist Church to Perform First Same-Sex Wedding

Ky. Baptist Church to Perform First Same-Sex Wedding

The church is in the more liberal range of Baptist beliefs, but there has still been some tension surrounding the move.

After Hobby Lobby, Faith Leaders Want Right To LGBT Discrimination

Fallout from the Hobby Lobby ruling is happening fast.

Antigay Minn. Archbishop Accused of Same-Sex Advances

Antigay Minn. Archbishop Accused of Same-Sex Advances

Twin Cities Catholic archbishop John Nienstedt, whose career has been marked by condemnations of homosexuality, is the subject of a church investigation.

Op-ed: Hobby Lobby and the Constitutional Right to Be Stupid

Op-ed: Hobby Lobby and the Constitutional Right to Be Stupid

Hobby Lobby just got a religious exemption from science. Yes, science.

After Hobby Lobby, Right-Wingers Pray Gays Are Next

After Hobby Lobby, Right-Wingers Pray Gays Are Next 

A couple of them expressed that hope via Twitter today.

Why LGBT Americans Are Leery of Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby Ruling
June 30 2014 2:46 PM ET

Why LGBT Americans Are Leery of Supreme Court's Newest Ruling

Activists had been warning for months that the Hobby Lobby ruling could have damaging consequences for LGBT Americans.

Op-ed: How My Conservative Religion Almost Killed Me

Op-ed: How My Conservative Religion Almost Killed Me

Being told you're an abomination can have deadly results.

Faith Leaders Beg Obama for Religious Exemptions in ENDA Exec. Order

Religious Groups Ask Obama for Special Treatment

A letter from religious leaders does not endorse Obama's executive order as the best way to fight discrimination.

Poll: Most Say Right to Marry Should Trump Religious Exemptions

Poll: Most Say Right to Marry Should Trump Religious Exemptions

A new poll shows a majority of people think that businesses should not be able to discriminate against LGBT people on the basis of owners' religious beliefs.

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