The pendulum in the courts has swung from ignoring the rights of religious minorities to allowing groups to evade laws they do not like.
D.C.’s Museum of the Bible argues for the Bible as a literal source for guidance in American jurisprudence and governance. That idea is simply wrong.
The story of the Greens is a cautionary tale about big money attempting to muscle an intellectual culture into submission and also a slapstick comedy.
By placing the museum in D.C., Steve Green is of course making overt connections between his brand of Christianity and the American government
“The museum has fence posts — limits. It doesn’t overtly say the Bible is good — that the Bible is true.”
Police seized papyrus fragments from the Egyptian Book of the Dead, a bust of an Etruscan woman, and a fresco from Pompeii, along with cars and cash.
One art crime expert said that archaeology journals may refuse to publish articles based on artifacts whose provenance can’t be proven.
In a number of opinions, Judge Gorsuch has demonstrated great care in analyzing the religious viewpoints underlying religious liberty claims before him.
Supreme Court judges usually don’t inspire Tumblr’s and T-shirts. For being outspoken and effective at 81, Ruth Bader Ginsburg rounds out the Top 5 of our Forward 50.
Hobby Lobby’s Steve Green hopes his planned $800 million Museum of the Bible in Washington and its priceless collection can satisfy both scholars and casual visitors.