BlogThe Supreme Court has Agreed to Hear Two Cases on Marriage. What Does This Mean for You and Your Church?
On December 7, 2012, the United States Supreme Court agreed to take up two cases that directly impact the definition of marriage in the United States. (4/19/2020)
BlogWhat do the Supreme Court marriage decisions mean for churches?
The Supreme Court’s decisions did impact marriage and religious freedom. We stand ready to protect the Church from attacks that threaten its freedom and independence to share the Gospel. (4/19/2020)
BlogThis Week: Landmark Marriage Cases Being Heard at Supreme Court
This week, and for the next several weeks, I’d like to ask you and your family to be in particular, faithful, fervent prayer for the future of your nation and for the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court as they rule on two major cases related to the legal definition of marriage in America. (4/19/2020)
BlogHawaii Federal Judge Upholds Marriage; Judicial Honesty About Marriage
Shortly after a Hawaii District Court judge issued the opinion in Jackson v. Abercrombie, I spoke with a reporter about the decision. (4/19/2020)
Press ReleaseDoes the Constitution require states to recognize same-sex marriage?
ADF, Heritage Foundation co-sponsor debate on upcoming US Supreme Court marriage cases (4/19/2020)
BlogJustice Scalia’s Final Dissent
The political tsunami triggered by Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s death is also his last warning—his final dissent, if you will—about the dangers of giving too much power to the Supreme Court. (4/20/2020)
Press Release10th Circuit strikes down Okla. marriage amendment, clerk considering appeal
ADF official comment (4/19/2020)