Teri O’Brien hosted BarbWire.com Founder Matt Barber this last Sunday to discuss Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and traditional marriage versus the push for same-sex marriage.
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The battle over marriage and religious freedom is taking place in Romania, the birthplace of Harry Mihet, our Vice President for Legal Affairs at Liberty Counsel.
An Air Force colonel was punished because he did not sign a optional document, that affirms a person’s spouse. In this case it was a same sex union.
We are now in the midst of yet another battle over real marriage versus fake marriage, and as is always the case, the other side seeks to make its case by copious amounts of falsehoods.
Knowing full well where the Christian owners stand, a couple of lesbian brides became the latest to test the shop’s convictions.
The Texas Supreme Court unanimously ruled re same sex marriage benefits that the 2015 SCOTUS opinion did not address the right to tax, insurance, or other benefits, only the so-called right to marry.
A federal court of appeals handed the North Carolina magistrates a huge victory ruling that the plaintiffs who challenged the religious liberty opt-out law lacked legal standing.
In 2016, same-sex “marriage” was legalized in Colombia. One year later, the courts recognized a polyamorous “family” of three men. And there is no slippery slope.
A great decision from the Kentucky Court of Appeals that recently ruled in favor of a Christian business, Hands On Originals, and its managing owner.
It certainly wasn’t their intent, but Ben and Jerry’s, the famous, specialty ice cream company, has given us further evidence that same-sex “marriage” is not marriage.
Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis more than paid the price for her beliefs after spending six days in jail, but the ACLU still wasn’t satisfied. The ultra-liberal groups thought she should pay the real cost too — a whopping $231,000 in attorneys’ fees.
The Church is to overcome evil with good. As our forefathers rightly exhibited, “Resistance to tyrants is obedience to God.”
Nieto is a wannabe Obama, but the Mexican people have not been afraid to confront his wicked, regressive ways, and his slouching toward corruption.
And yet, instead of featuring the wide swath of Mexican citizens opposed to this destructive agenda (unhealthy, unwise, and immoral), the media wanted to turn an anonymous 12-year old boy into some kind of pro-gay folk hero.
Don’t Christians oppose same-sex marriage because they hate gay people? While some would like to say so, that’s just not true.
In the wake of Obergefell, we are much closer to a further redefinition of marriage — to include polygamous and polyamorous marriages.
FADA has been justly promoted as a means to protect religious people and conscientious objectors, against those who would retaliate against proponents of male-female marriage.
An Alabama Federal Judge has issued an order attempting to overrule the Alabama Supreme Court. She has no jurisdiction to do so.
Last week, Obama again signed a presidential proclamation declaring June to be “LGBT” Pride Month.
Pope Francis has again confirmed his position that all people should have the religious freedom to stand up for biblical beliefs as Kim Davis did.
Support grows for Chief Justice Roy Moore. Pastors and concerned citizens held a well-attended rally for Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore.
The agenda that is pushing same sex marriage — LGBTQ etc. — is really wanting to remove any person of Judeo-Christian values, anyone who believes in morality and marriage, from the marketplace.
The complaints filed against Chief Justice Roy Moore in Alabama are politically motivated. Liberty Counsel is representing the Chief [Justice].
During a Thursday press conference, the House Minority Leader admitted what most conservatives have been arguing all along: that same-sex marriage isn’t nearly as popular as the Left insists it is.
(1 min Audio Report – Freedom’s Call) Many states have passed religious freedom laws. Now Missouri is considering such a..
We are living in a time when blurry is the new normal. As Christian rocker Randy Stonehill wrote years ago: Right is wrong and wrong is right…
The lies and deception being used to completely mischaracterize Mississippi’s Religious Freedom Protection Act could hardly be more outrageous.
Last week, IFI’s own Laurie Higgins recorded an interview with Craig Dellimore for his weekly “At Issue” news program to discuss religious liberty versus the radical LGBT agenda.
When the state of Iowa forced Betty Odgaard to shut down her dream, she nearly lost the will to live.
Florida governor signs law to protect pastors and churches from same-sex marriages.