1. If You Don’t Like it, Leave the Room: Justices Allow Prayer at Town’s Council Meeting (CNN)
  2. Prayer Divides Supreme Court Justices Along Religious Lines (Los Angeles Times)
  3. U.S. Supreme Court Decision on Prayer Changes Little in North Carolina (Charlotte News-Observer)
  4. Baptist Group Disappointed in Supreme Court Decision Upholding Official Prayer at Local Government Meetings (Baptist Joint Committee)
  5. Supreme Court Upholds Ceremonial Prayer at Public Meetings (Associated Baptist Press)
  6. Oklahoma’s ‘Satanic Monument’ Nears Completion Next to the Ten Commandments (Global Dispatch)
  7. Georgia’s Sweeping Gun Law Sparks Religious Backlash (TIME)
  8. Tennessee GOP State Senator, a Christian, Likens Obamacare Sign-Ups to Nazi Death Trains (Huffington Post)
    From 2012: Tennesse Senator Defends Comments on Origin, Transmission of AIDS (Knoxville News Sentinel)
  9. Blessed Be Thy Bicycle: New York Riders Roll into Church (National Public Radio)
  10. ‘Most Bible-Minded City’ Does Not Impress Baptist Pastors (Associated Baptist Press)
  11. Mohler Says Christ Died Only for the ‘Elect’ (Associated Baptist Press)
Bruce Gourley

About Bruce Gourley

Bruce Gourley is online editor. In addition to managing Baptist Today’s web presence, Bruce is the executive director of the Baptist History and Heritage Society (baptisthistory.org), general editor of the Baptist History & Heritage Journal, editor of the Baptist Studies Bulletin, creator and author of the "Baptists and the American Civil War Project" (civilwarbaptists.com), and author of seven books. Bruce is also an avid hiker, owns the Yellowstone Net website (yellowstone.net), and is an award-winning photographer (brucegourley.com). A graduate of Mercer University (B.A.), Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div.), and Auburn University (Ph.D.), he and his family live near Bozeman, Montana.