Mixing Church and State: Thomas Jefferson and America’s First Megachurch (the U.S. Capitol)

TweetShareShareAmerica is known for its churches. And despite declines in church attendance since the 1990s, every Sunday millions of Americans still go to church. A significant percentage will attend a “megachurch” over 1500 members. Megachurches have been a big part of the American landscape the past forty years, but in reality, they have existed for…

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Roe v. Wade: A Landmark Decision or SCOTUS Gone Rogue?

Abortion and the Supreme Court of the United States

TweetShareShare It could be the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) decision of our lifetime. Arguments are currently underway involving Mississippi laws that severely limit the practice of abortion. Both pro-choice and pro-life advocates believe it’s the case to reverse the famous 1973 Roe v. Wade. But what’s really at stake? Will abortion be…

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