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  • 4 Entertaining Moments During Oral Arguments Over Banning Churches From Public Funds

    by Travis Weber

    April 24, 2017: It's not every day that you get such a collection of entertaining quotes from Supreme Court justices. Last week's oral arguments in Trinity Lutheran Church v. Comer will decide whether a state can exclude a religious entity from a public grant program just because the entity is religious. These four entertaining moments from those arguments indicate the court will likely rule for the church in this case.

  • The 'Bigly,' and Necessary, Humility of Judge Neil Gorsuch

    by Travis Weber

    April 06, 2017: With the Senate poised to vote this week on Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Neil Gorsuch's nomination to replace the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, one quality of Judge Gorsuch has been widely overlooked by scribes and talking heads throughout cable news coverage.

  • A Christmas gift of prayer

    by Travis Weber

    December 24, 2016: What a gift it would be this Christmas in the United States if we simply came together to remember and pray for the Christians being persecuted in the Middle East and elsewhere around the world.

  • Religious Liberty - the Way Forward

    by Travis Weber

    December 02, 2016: As the dust settles after Election Day, it is clear that religious liberty bore significant weight on the minds of many as they entered voting booths this year. Donald Trump was propelled into the presidency in part by voters concerned about the curtailing of religious freedom by the Obama administration, a process Hillary Clinton would have continued into her presidency.

  • This Divisive Election Is an Opportunity to Share the Gospel

    by Travis Weber

    November 14, 2016: The morning after the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump gave a gracious acceptance speech, and Hillary Clinton gave a gracious concession speech. The gravity of the moment and the weight of what is at stake for our country came across in both of their speeches, which served as fitting capstones to an election season tightly wound up with the deep hopes and dreams of the American people.

  • How to Amend the Johnson Amendment

    by Mr. Travis Weber

    September 07, 2016: In 1954, to help stop his political opponents, then Senator Lyndon Johnson introduced an amendment to the tax code to bar tax-exempt entities from involvement in political campaigns. The "Johnson Amendment" was passed and became part of federal law

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