At What Point is Religious Use of Drugs Illegal? Indiana Church Sues State over Cannabis Use

Does Religious Freedom Mean You Can Smoke Pot?

A New Court Case Challenges Drug Use for Religious Reasons It's a question that has plagued the US legislation for decades. At what point

Heroin Dealer Tries ‘Religious Freedom’ as His Defense, Sentenced to 27 Years in Prison

Religious freedom defense didn't help a Missouri heroin dealer. Timothy Anderson, a heroin dealer from St. Louis, Missouri, claimed he should be permitted to

Author of ‘The World’s Religions’ Huston Smith Passes Away at 97

Christian author and scholar Huston Smith lived many faiths in his spiritual journey. The world’s most renowned scholar and sage on religions, Huston Smith,

How Psychedelics and Other Drugs Are Used in Religious Rituals

Psilocybin has been shown To alleviate depression. Mushrooms and hallucinogenic drugs are about to make a comeback onto the global stage, after two reputable

Supreme Court Will Not Exempt Native American Church from Marijuana Laws

The Native American Church of Hawaii will not receive relief from marijuana laws based on their religious beliefs. The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected

ACLU Fights Against RFRA Using Religion to Discriminate

The ACLU will no longer stand behind the RFRA on the basis that people are using their personal beliefs to abuse others. The American