A Texas federal district court permanently enjoined enforcing anti-discrimination provisions to compel health care providers to act against their conscience.
Metropolitan Hilarion of the Russian Orthodox Church and Archbishop Elpidophoros of the Ecumenical Patriarchate continue to present opposite views.
New Life Evangelical Center loses cases where it challenged the prohibition to distribute the popular baloney sandwich to the homeless without a food permit.
A musician refused to submit the requested “protective declaration” that she does not “use the technology” or attend courses of Scientology.
Sundas Malik later said “offence was unintentional,” but did not apologize.
Dvorkin’s organization admits that criticism of anti-cultism “has spread even within the Church.” One of the academic critics is losing his chair.
The Christian group was de-registered because it would only allow in its leadership positions students refraining from same-sex relationships.
From Pakistan, it is being exported to several other countries. It should be stopped immediately, the U.N. say.
According to the Lahore High Court, Nayab Gill is 19. But her birth certificate says she is 13.