Mat Staver

When conservative Christians would rather see LGBTQ people lynched than their rights protected, we have a serious problem.
The Liberty Counsel's Mat Staver said he's worried that this means queer Americans could be granted more rights under federal law.
Autumn is a lovely time to visit the nation's capital. Here I look at contrasting visits by two prominent faith leaders.
An attorney for the jailed county clerk isn't sure the Supreme Court can rule on the Constitution.
In 2013, he also argued that the U.S. Supreme Court's rulings on the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and Prop 8 were not reflective
Staver's remarks echo those he made at a "Celebrate America" event in Washington D.C. last year. At the time, he argued that
After a lot of confusion, the picture's finally clearing up in Florida. And it's looking pretty good: last week US District Judge Robert Hinkle issued a ruling that basically boils down to two important points: his injunction doesn't require the state's clerks to issue marriage licenses, but the U.S. Constitution does. In other words, marriage will start on January 6th in Florida.
Earlier this year, Staver praised Russia, Uganda and Nigeria for their anti-LGBT laws, respectively, in a "Faith and Freedom
The FFPC, a staunchly conservative nonprofit dedicated to promoting anti-gay and pro-life policies, is run by John Stemberger
Over three months have passed since the U.S. Supreme Court's rulings on the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and Prop 8, but
He went on note: Mistakenly referring to LGBT History Month as "Gay Pride Month," Hines noted: You can read Hines's full
In the interview, Scott Lively is quoted as saying, "We need to remember that in the time leading up to the Flood what the
In a huge show of audacity, Liberty Counsel head Mat Staver had the unmitigated gall to comment on a recent case in Florida where a judge awarded the custody of a child to a lesbian couple.