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Wheaton College gets a pass from Supreme Court on contraception mandate

The Supreme Court offered a further sign that it favors letting employers with religious objections avoid the Obama administration’s so-called contraception mandate.

BRIEF: GU exhibit traces faith traditions of political philosophy

The materials on display chronicle the development of medieval political philosophy and to illustrate the fascinating history of preserving medieval political philosophy through subsequent publication.

Should Congress repeal the law behind the Hobby Lobby case?

As soon as the Supreme Court decided for Hobby Lobby and against the Obama administration’s contraception mandate on Monday (June 30), critics called for the repeal of the 1993 law that the justices relied on to make their 5-4 decision.

July Coffee Talk: Religion & Patriotism

In July, at Indaba, SpokaneFAVS organized a Coffee Talk discussion around Religion & Patriotism. Below are the related posts:   “Religion and Patriotism: Love your enemy” by...

Thanks for a great Coffee Talk today on Religion & Patriotism!

It was standing room only at today's Coffee Talk! Thanks to everyone who showed up.

Was Dietrich Bonhoeffer gay? A new biography raises questions

A new biography is raising questions about the life and relationships of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, an anti-Nazi dissident whose theological writings remain widely influential among Christians.

BRIEF: PJALS to protest against U.S. war in Iraq

Today at 5 p.m. volunteers from the Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane will gather on the corner of Division and North River Drive to show their opposition to U.S. intervention in Iraq.

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