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Hutterite Lawsuit Against Montana Department of Labor Appealed to U.S. Supreme Court

A dispute between the Big Sky Hutterite Colony and the Montana Department of Labor could help decide how courts rule on religious infringement cases.

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Judge Rules in Favor of Business Despite Healthcare Law

A federal judge is temporarily preventing the Obama administration from forcing a Christian publishing company to provide its employees with certain contraceptives under the new health care law

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11-Year-Old Boy Becomes Ordained Minister

While most young boys are focused on playing video games, Ezekiel Stoddard of Temple Hills, MD, is more concerned with preaching the gospel to his congregation. You see, Stoddard recently became an ordained minister at only 11-years-old.

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Lawsuit Says Montana Church Abuse Spanned Decades

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — New claims of sexual and physical abuse by Roman Catholic clerics and nuns spanning decades in eastern Montana have been lodged in state court in Great Falls.

The allegations were detailed in court documents filed Tuesday in a pending lawsuit against the Great Falls-Billings Diocese

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Anti-Gay Pastor Sends Wrong Message to Both Sides

A pastor's outrageous claim that a 100-mile electrified fence should be used to end homosexuality leads to all kinds of misinterpretation.

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Should Churches Be Involved in Politics? — Survey of the Day

The separation of church and state doesn’t mean religious leaders can’t express political opinions. And in the wake of President Obama’s endorsement of gay marriage there has been talk that some houses of worship may encourage their flock not to vote for the president in 2012 to protest his reversal on the issue.

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Why Have Catholic Bishops Launched an Inquiry into the Girl Scouts?

When you think of Girl Scouts, you probably think of their iconic green uniforms and annual cookie sales.

But an inquiry launched by a group of Catholic bishops accuses the organization of “possible problematic relationships with other organizations” — specifically, Planned Parenthood.

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Can Religion Help You Lose Weight?

If Weight Watchers isn’t working for you, there’s an alternative, especially if you have strong faith. Pastor Steve Reynolds has developed a weight loss system called Bod4God, a diet and fitness program designed around the Christian faith.

What would Jesus do? He’d put down that doughnut, stat!

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Schweitzer’s Mormanism Statements Draw Fire

Governor Schweitzer's recent comments on Mormanism are starting to draw fire from Republican candidates.

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Do Politicians Talk Too Much About Religion? — Survey of the Day

From Rick Santurom’s faith based run for president to current commander-in-chief Barack Obama actually invoking Jesus more than his born-again predecessor George W. Bush, we’ve been hearing a lot of religion talk over the last few years from our politicians.

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