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Advocates remain optimistic for more support on Capitol Hill in 2018.
At the Supreme Court on Tuesday (Dec. 5), the justices lobbed hypothetical after hypothetical at the lawyers representing each side of Masterpiece Cakeshop Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, a free speech and religious rights case — and one of the most publicized of the year.
Last Saturday (Nov. 25), Mutuse’s wedding showed that there is a different way to treat people with HIV and AIDS.
To hear Bruce Bachman tell it, he’s just a guy with a bell, a red apron and a heart to serve who gives a little of his time during the holiday season.
Lack of transparency enables abuse on Capitol Hill.
Thanks to a note scribbled in Spanish from Pope Francis, Margaret Archer is also an activist, sheltering victims of human trafficking in her English home with the help of her parish.
A British royal marrying an American divorcee in 1936 threw the British monarchy and the Church of England into crisis, but that didn’t happen when Prince Harry decided to marry Meghan Markle.
Not as famous as Martin Luther or John Calvin, Huldrych Zwingli is often treated like the red-headed stepchild of the Protestant Reformation. But Zwingli was neither late to the game nor insignificant in its playing.
Their Biblical beliefs on sexuality and gender conflict with the government’s official position.
With Scripture readings, a tribute to God and a sigh of relief, an international array of officials opened the Museum of the Bible in the nation’s capital.
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