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This week, messengers to the Southern Baptist Convention passed a resolution calling for the immediate abolition of abortion "without exception or compromise."
The IRS has denied the request by a Texas faith-based organization to become tax-exempt, saying that several of the group's "Bible teachings" on abortion, marriage and other issues are primarily affiliated with the Republican Party.
Southern Baptists agree at the annual meeting to launch a major investigation in the denomination's response to widespread sex abuse within the SBC.
On Wednesday, Congress passed a bill seeking to make Juneteenth a federal holiday.
On Tuesday, Trinity Church Wall Street announced that it will be awarding more than $4.6 million in grants to various Christian organizations across the United States, Latin America and Africa.
On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court handed the communities of faith a major victory when they unanimously ruled that the city of Philadelphia violated the First Amendment when it tried to force a Catholic foster care agency to place children in same-sex homes.
A Colorado judge has ordered Masterpiece Cakeshop and its owner Jack Phillips to pay a Denver attorney $500 for refusing to bake them a cake that celebrated their gender transition.
After spending nearly seven hours hanging from a sign above an Oklahoma highway, a man in mental distress came down from the sign after a good Samaritan reminded him of God's love.
A Georgia pastor has identified up to 13 boys he says were sexually abused by a Southern Baptist minister whom top leaders of the denomination declined to inquire about with the minister's church.
According to a new poll, most Catholics believe Catholic politicians who promote abortion should not present themselves for Holy Communion.

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