A public high school in Fyffe, Alabama, held a back-to-school worship service, causing controversy.
The Alabama legislature last week passed a bill authorizing school districts to offer elective classes based on the Bible. The measure now heads to Governor Kay Ivey for her signature.
The BJC’s Amanda Tyler explains why the Supreme Court’s first church-state opinion of the term was an “astonishing display of religious preferentialism.”
A bill in Alabama to authorize Bible classes in public schools joins several others inspired by “Project Blitz,” a troubling and coordinated campaign to incorporate religion into public institutions.
Supreme Court Reverses Appeals Court Stay, Muslim Inmate Executed Despite “Powerful” Religious Liberty Claim
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has sided with the “powerful Establishment Clause claim” of a death row inmate seeking a religious accommodation in the execution chamber.