(RNS) — What do you do when anti-Semites, stirred up by a guy you see at the local coffee shop and the gym, send you doctored pictures of your child's face beneath the gates of Auschwitz?
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(RNS) — While the Museum of the Bible is trying to sort out the origins of its holdings after a U.S. government lawsuit over the 'unlawful importation' of artifacts, a much larger sibling collection in Oklahoma City is not part of the housecleaning...
(RNS) — A spokesman for the SBC Executive Committee responded: 'We are satisfied the allegations about the SBC in the amended complaint are without merit.'
(RNS) — A lawyer representing parties in the case called it 'an attempt to extort money from the Pressler family' and others.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — A Florida-based evangelical ministry has filed a religious discrimination lawsuit seeking an unspecified amount of money from a liberal watchdog group that called it a hate group because of its stance against LGBT rights.
NAIROBI (RNS) The court found the church in breach of contract and said it had discriminated against the restaurant owner along ethnic and religious lines.
(RNS) The chair of the board of SNAP said it would focus on developing local support groups despite the upheaval.
(RNS) Barbara Blaine's surprise departure from SNAP follows a lawsuit by a former employee alleging that the organization colluded with lawyers to refer clients and profit from settlements.
(RNS) David Clohessy, longtime executive director of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, said his departure had nothing to do with allegations that the group colluded with plaintiff lawyers to profit from settlements.
(RNS) History teaches us to protect a health care provider's right to refuse to participate in controversial medical practices.
(RNS) The suit, dismissed without prejudice, still can be refiled.
(RNS) In a class-action lawsuit, the victims ask for $100 million.
The lawsuit asks a federal judge to block the city from spending taxpayer dollars to support the event.
(RNS) That's because, former Mars Hill elder Sutton Turner said, he never was served with the lawsuit, which the state of Washington reportedly requires within 90 days.
(RNS) It is not clear whether his job is at risk, but his actions have ignited the ire of bishops, who reiterate that the Anglican Church in Kenya does not condone homosexuality.