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Under right-leaning Supreme Court, the church-state wall is crumbling

By Michelle Boorstein, The Washington Post

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More courts are being asked to consider whether abortion restrictions violate religious freedom

More courts are being asked to consider whether abortion restrictions violate religious freedom

The U.S. Supreme Court's reversal of Roe v. Wade, holding there is no right to an abortion under the U.S. Constitution, has led abortion-rights activists in multiple states to make religious freedom arguments for abortion.
Impact of Kennedy v. Bremerton already apparent as courts are forced to reconsider Establishment Clause cases

Impact of Kennedy v. Bremerton already apparent as courts are forced to reconsider Establishment Clause cases

Will government-sponsored prayer meetings become the norm after Kennedy? Or will courts determine that there is no long-standing historical practice of government-initiated tent revivals?
Baptist scholars urge more education on Baptist history to combat allure of Christian nationalism

Baptist scholars urge more education on Baptist history to combat allure of Christian nationalism

True Baptist heritage, scholars explain, rejects everything the ideology of Christian nationalism stands for.

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