WASHINGTON (ABP) – The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Oct. 5 in a closely watched case involving a church’s right to hire or fire ministers for reasons like religious doctrine that in other settings would be job discrimination.
TYLER, Texas (ABP) -- A grand jury began hearing testimony May 13 in the case of two men suspected of burning down 10 churches in East Texas in January and February, a television station in Tyler, Texas, reported.
A three-judge appellate panel heard oral arguments on Jan. 15 in Missouri Baptist Convention’s second lawsuit to reclaim land once owned by Windermere Baptist Conference Center.
Camdenton — A Camden County judge has delayed ruling on motions to dismiss a Missouri Baptist Convention lawsuit against Windermere Baptist Conference Center and several financial institutions and individuals.
By Vicki Brown Word&Way Correspondent Both the Missouri Baptist Convention and Windermere Baptist Conference Center faced a few tough questions at a hearing in the Missouri Court of Appeals for the Western District Nov. 25. Two members
Jefferson City — A hearing on a temporary restraining order against Windermere Baptist Conference Center has been delayed a third time.Cole County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Brown agreed to delay the hearing that had been scheduled for Feb. 28. Missouri Baptist Convention attorneys requested additional
By Vicki Brown, Word&Way News WriterKansas City -- The Missouri Baptist Convention and five of its related entities may likely wait at least three months for an appeals court ruling. Attorneys for the two sides in a nearly three-year legal battle presented oral argumentsÂ April 5Â in