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Right v. Privilege …Again?

This post inspired by Religious Freedom (in other words, Freedom to Discriminate).  (And funny/sad, the last time I tried to write a response/inspired post to one of Becky’s, I trashed it…)  As politics manages to creep into everything, I don’t want to spend too much time on this, so this is a bit sloppy and looks more like a comment than a post.  497 more words

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Thank God that I Am Not God

For those of you who don’t live close to Indiana, there has been great controversy here in the Hoosier state.  Facebook has been flooded with comments on both sides of the fight, many without doing any research of their own.   1,792 more words

Christian Women

How to respond to complaints about Indiana's new religious freedom law

First, the story, from the Daily Signal:

A bill known as the Religious Freedom Restoration Act has been signed into law by the governor.

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News

Karaahmed v. Bulgaria: The (In)Visible Racial and Religious Motivation of Violence

Karaahmed v. Bulgaria, a case recently decided at Strasbourg, concerned incidents arising from a demonstration by members and supporters of the political party “Ataka,” known for its views against Islam and its adherents. 1,853 more words

Prohibition Of Discrimination

History Repeats Itself: Discrimination Under the Mantle of "Freedom of Religion"

Marriage Equality has been sweeping in the nation in the past few years.  Last count 37 States plus Washington, D.C. permit same sex couples the freedom to marry.  653 more words

Current Events

Freedom of Religion (as Long as its Christianity)

Indiana has passed a law that allows business to refuse to serve people if it is objectionable because of their religious beliefs. In other words, they can turn away customers because they are gay. 89 more words

GOP

OPEN SEASON ON LGBT PEOPLE

As surely as constantly evolving change toward equality for LGBT people sweeps across the country and into the lap and judgment of the Supreme Court, so does the ugly backlash that is legalizing government-sponsored hate and discrimination against LGBT people. 1,152 more words

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