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Louisiana has become the first state to require that the Ten Commandments be displayed in every public school classroom under a bill signed into law by Republican Gov. Jeff Landry on Wednesday.

In their initial complaint, plaintiffs noted that in addition to the text of the law itself, lawmakers made religious arguments while debating the bill ahead of its passage.

Debuting on June 20, it’s the first film entirely in American Sign Language to debut in theaters, according to the filmmakers.

Over the past nine months, student-led encampments popped up at universities across the country. For many students, multi-religious programming at the encampments became unexpected sites for religious connection.

Amid more typical homeschool concerns such as combating screen time and filling gaps in math curricula, the overarching message of the 40th annual Florida Homeschool Convention was about politics, not education.

This issue of A Public Witness looks at how a progressive mainline Protestant minister stamped Christian Nationalism on our nation in ways none of today’s evangelicals have.

Lawson was a close adviser to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., who called him ‘the leading theorist and strategist of nonviolence in the world.’

LifeWise Academy’s curriculum was developed in conjunction with the Gospel Project, a Bible study plan produced by an entity of the Southern Baptist Convention.

Expressing concerns about the Establishment Clause is something of a turn for Feucht, who previously said ‘I want a country where Christians are making the laws.’

A survey indicates while many believe Trump’s behavior has been immoral, it may not sway how people vote in November.