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CBN News - Court's Prayer Ruling Has Nationwide Implications

By John Jessup, CBN.com The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that cities and towns across America can continue praying at public meetings. Monday's 5-4

Filed in: Public Prayer | 10:11 AM May. 5, 2014

ACLJ Applauds Supreme Court Decision Upholding Prayer at Government Meetings

(Washington, DC) - The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), which filed an amicus brief backing the town of Greece, New York in its decision to

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Content type: MediaMention | 3:25 PM May. 5, 2014
CBN News - Court's Prayer Ruling Has Nationwide Implications

By John Jessup, CBN.com The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that cities and towns across America can continue praying at public meetings. Monday's 5-4 decision centers on an action that dates back to the nation's founding in 1774, when the first Conti

Anti-abortion advocate stands in prayer in front of Supreme Court in Washington DC

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 12:08 PM May. 5, 2014
Prayer Reaffirmed at the Supreme Court: Town of Greece v. Galloway

In a landmark decision today, the Supreme Court reaffirmed that prayer before legislative meetings is constitutional. In debunking one of the greatest myths in Establishment Clause jurisprudence, the Court held that not only is opening such meetings

Content type: PressRelease | 10:11 AM May. 5, 2014
ACLJ Applauds Supreme Court Decision Upholding Prayer at Government Meetings

(Washington, DC) - The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), which filed an amicus brief backing the town of Greece, New York in its decision to invite speakers to offer a prayer before its meetings, today applauded a Supreme Court decision uph

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Content type: DocketBlogPost | 8:00 AM May. 1, 2014
A Nation’s History of Prayer

Today, May 1, 2014, is the 63rd annual National Day of Prayer. However, our nation’s dependence on prayer reaches all the way back to our founding. Our first President, George Washington, officially called the nation to prayer and Thanksgivin

British author Richard Dawkins stands on a bus at the launch of an atheist advertising campaign in London

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 2:52 PM Feb. 17, 2014
Greece v. Galloway and the Power of the Offended Atheist

The Supreme Court is currently pondering the case of Town of Greece v. Galloway. In that case, two women – one Jewish, the other atheist – have brought a constitutional challenge to a New York town’s practice of opening town board m

Content type: Video | 4:37 AM Nov. 4, 2013
Jordan Sekulow on Fox News: Public Prayer Debate

Jordan Sekulow spoke with Fox News about a case surrounding public prayer and free speech.

Pro life activists pray in front of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 11:31 AM Sep. 20, 2013
Assault on Public Prayer at the Supreme Court: Town of Greece v. Galloway

The battle over prayer in public life has once again made its way to the nation’s highest court, in an important Supreme Court case about the constitutionality of having invocations at the start of government meetings. Opponents of public praye

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Content type: RadioShow | 9:55 AM Aug. 20, 2013
Radical Islamists are Targeting Christians in Egypt

The brutal attack on Christians in Egypt is spiraling into devastating destruction. Today, why the U.S. must stand up for persecuted Christians and against Muslim Brotherhood brutality.

Content type: PressRelease | 10:30 AM Sep. 4, 2012
ACLJ: 48 HOURS FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM - Christians Urged to Stand with Those Persecuted for Their Faith

ACLJ: 48 HOURS FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM - Christians Urged to Stand with Those Persecuted for Their Faith Sept. 22-23: Two Days of Solidarity in Support of Freedom of Religion and Conscience (Washington, DC) - Daily, Iranian Christians face persecutio