Monthly Archives: March 2017

Wedding Cake Wars: Anti-Discrimination Laws and Religious Liberty




Cake makers who have refused to design cakes for same sex weddings have been sued under public accommodations or other anti-discrimination laws and held financially liable to the couples who sued them in several jurisdictions, most notably in Colorado and … Continue reading




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The Conversion of Saint Augustine: A Case Study in Evangelization




Today all Christian churches face the necessity of evangelizing not only non-Christians, but also nominal or cultural Christians. In facing this challenge, the churches struggle to determine how to be effective in their efforts. As St. Augustine records in his … Continue reading




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