A Guide to the Supreme Court’s Remaining Cases
Gabriel Malor, The Federalist
The First Amendment and executive power are the major themes for this term’s remaining cases. Here is the run-down on the most important cases yet to be decided this term.
Obamacare Anti-Conscience Mandate: Court Says Being Complicit in Sin Isn’t a Sin
Elizabeth Slattery, The Daily Signal
Last week, in Michigan Catholic Conference v. Burwell, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit rejected the appeal of Catholic nonprofit groups in their challenge to the Obamacare anti-conscience mandate.
Can Christians Flourish While They Suffer?
Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Are the notions of suffering and Christian flourishing incompatible? Can a Christian flourish while they suffer?
Pope, archbishop of Canterbury battle trafficking
Pope Francis and the archbishop of Canterbury denounced human trafficking as a crime against human dignity Monday and pledged to combat it jointly — finding common ground on a social issue amid deep theological divisions over the Anglicans’ ordination of women bishops.