“The county already allows the church to host a secular charter school on its property and has now correctly determined that Crosspoint has an equal right to host a private Christian school that’s motivated by its convictions.” — Popular Christian satire site The Babylon Bee is abuzz about the fact-checking site Snopes, and it’s not kidding around this time.
The Bee tweeted that when Snopes recently fact-checked an article, it not only rated it false but also suggested that it was not satire and was intended to deceive readers.
A Miracle Hill policy in effect at the time Maddonna applied required a foster parent to be an active member of a Protestant congregation and “a born-again believer in the Lord Jesus Christ as expressed by a personal testimony and Christian conduct.” On July 5, the ministry adopted a policy that acknowledged its broadly shared Christian beliefs with Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox traditions.
Miracle Hill continues to affirm the Biblical view of marriage as between one man and one woman.
Public accommodation laws originated to prevent hotels and restaurants from declining service to someone on the basis of race, religion, age, or national origin—a common practice before the civil rights era.
Now newer, more expansive public accommodation laws are being used against people of faith, Scruggs said.
Their company, Think Right Strategies, creates websites, slogans, and speeches for politicians and organizations promoting conservative and Christian views on government, marriage, and the sanctity of life.
Michigan at the time required a physician referral for physical therapy, but his doctor wanted him to have surgery, instead.
His mom ended up taking him to Wisconsin for therapy.
A third party who holds money or other property for a short period of time in order to facilitate a tax-free exchange under Section 1031 of the IRS Code.
The third party is called a qualified intermediary in the tax regulations.
Sarasota County informed the school it needed a special exception under the county zoning ordinance.