A new poll reveals that white Evangelicals are twice as likely as other religious groups to support overturning Roe v. Wade, a scenario that looks increasingly likely following the leak of a draft United States Supreme Court opinion in a case surrounding Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban.
Police have yet to identify or arrest any suspects after the headquarters of a Wisconsin pro-life organization was set on fire Sunday and rejected the notion that the fire was an "inside job" perpetrated by the organization itself.
The Church of England is calling for Christians worldwide to “repent” for what it calls centuries of “anti-Judaism” and anti-Semitism.
A religious freedom law firm says it will represent any church or person of faith that seeks legal recourse against a group that has threatened or disrupted services in the wake of a leaked draft majority opinion by the U.S. Supreme Court that would overturn Roe v. Wade.Get the Edifi App
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