Megachurch Pastors Divided Over Texas Voter ID Law; T.D. Jakes Calls It ‘Needless,’ Pastor Robert Jeffress Says ‘I Disagree’

Two of Texas’s most popular megachurch pastors, T.D. Jakes of The Potter’s House and Robert Jeffress of First Baptist Church, Dallas, reflected dueling positions on the state’s controversial voter identification law. Jakes dismissed it as “needless” wh…

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Obama’s Birth Control Mandate Redo Still Losing in Courts; Ave Maria University Gets Temporary Exemption

A federal court in Florida has granted a Catholic academic institution injunctive relief from having to pay fines for refusing to comply with the federal government’s birth control mandate.

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Evangelical President Jimmy Carter Believes Churches, States Should Decide Whether to Marry Gays, Not Federal Government

Despite his personal belief that gays should have the right to a marriage license, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, an Evangelical Christian, says he believes churches and states should be allowed to decide whether or not to marry gay people.

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Final LGBT Anti-discrimination Rule Issued Without Soliciting Public Comment; Religious Freedom Issues Still Unclear

A religious freedom advocacy organization has expressed concern over the U.S. Labor Department’s forthcoming new rule against LGBT discrimination among federal contractors, which was submitted for review without public comment and contains little guida…

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