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Feb 26 2015
This week, a man was sentenced to die in Saudi Arabia because he renounced his faith in Islam; a Hindu leader in India made a new accusation against Mother Teresa; a mosque near Bethlehem was set on fire.
It's hardly news that religious differences lead to conflict, nor is it surprising that governments try to restrict religious practice or favor some religions over others. But a reportNPR (Online News)
May 12 2015
The United States is a significantly less Christian country than it was seven years ago.
That's the top finding — one that will ricochet through American faith, culture and politics — in the Pew Research Center's newest report, "America's Changing Religious Landscape," released Tuesday.
This trend "is big, it's broad and it's everywhereUSA TODAY
Apr 04 2015
Sixteen-year-old Grayson Moore had no label, only metaphors, to describe the disconnect he felt between his body and soul.
It was like car sickness, he says, when your eyes and inner ears disagree about whether you are moving.
"It makes you sick," Moore says. "That's the same with gender."
When Moore's mother gave her then-daughter a vocabulary for the feelings — "gender
Nov 28 2023
Jessica Carpenter is the Chief Marketing Officer at BridgeUSA (Mixed). She has a Center bias.
Much has happened since Hamas attacked Israel on Oct 7. As of Nov 16, over 12.4 thousand people have died from the conflict, including 1,200 Israelis and 11,240 Palestinians in Gaza; the U.S. has agreed to send $14.3 billion in foreign aid to Israel and $100 million for humanitarian aid inJessica Carpenter
Oct 04 2021
The Supreme Court begins a new nine-month term on Monday, with major cases on abortion, religion and gun rights on the docket.
Driving the news: It will be the first in-person session with most of the justices since the pandemic forced proceedings to be held virtually last year. Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who on Thursday tested positive for COVID-19 but has no symptoms, will participateAxios
Nov 07 2023
Lawsuit filed against The Lord’s Ranch youth facility in central Arkansas, claiming staff member sexually abused its children
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Attorneys in Little Rock and Chicago have filed a lawsuit against a former Arkansas facility for troubled children, claiming one of its then-staff members sexually abused its children. Romanucci & Blandin and Gillispie Law Firm filed the lawsuit against The Lord’s Ranch in federal court Monday, naming Emmett A Presley as its prime defendant. “These were the perfectKARK
May 24 2017
President Donald Trump's first overseas foreign trip as president has finally brought him to the Vatican, where he came face-to-face with Pope Francis.CBN
Dec 13 2016
Journalists don't "get religion" and the role it plays in people's lives, according to Dean Baquet, the executive editor of The New York Times.CBN
Jan 06 2016
GOP presidential candidates aren't condemning the takeover of federal property by zealots. That's wrong.Eugene Robinson
Mar 28 2015
The Arkansas Senate overwhelmingly approved on Friday a Republican-backed bill whose authors say is intended to protect religious freedoms but critics contend could allow businesses to refuse service to gay people.
The Republican governor of Indiana signed into law a similar "religious freedom" bill on Thursday, prompting protests from human rights groups and criticism from someHuffPost