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11/27/2019
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120 public buildings and 30 cathedrals will also light red, and a candlelit cross procession will end at Westminster Cathedral for an open-air service. Rehman Chishti, the Conservative MP, will speak after leading the procession. Chishti is the son and nephew of Pakistani Sunni imams.

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11/26/2019
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Through immigration, wokeness and declining numbers of church-goers:

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11/21/2019
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The 78-year-old Turkish Islamic scholar’s teachings started an international movement among Muslims that embraces modern democracy and individual morality.

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11/20/2019
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Michael Ray Smith writes about his experiences teaching at LCC International University, a Christian liberal arts school in Lithuania that is unique to the region.

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11/18/2019
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“Africans are being blackmailed: if you want development aid, you have to embrace abortion,” one pro-lifer said.

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11/14/2019
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A new book by Thomas Kidd explores how "evangelical" came to be associated with being Republican and white, neglecting the ethnic and political diversity of the group.

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11/01/2019
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"Chinese companies now own AMC Entertainment, Legendary Entertainment, and part of Lionsgate, and this gives China a veto over content in American films."

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10/30/2019
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Graeme Wood, staff writer at The Atlantic, and Devorah Margolin, a researcher on extremism, discussed the future of ISIS at a talk Tuesday hosted at the 9/11 Memorial Museum.

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10/28/2019
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An estimated billion people around the world celebrated Hinduism's largest festival this weekend and will continue the celebrations this week.

Happy Diwali 🙏

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10/23/2019
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The 20-year-old triggered Hong Kong’s extradition bill protests and is accused of murdering his then-pregnant girlfriend in Taiwan last year. He was released on "good behavior," accompanied by his pastor.

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10/21/2019
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Lela Gilbert writes on the archeological pushback on attempts to de-legitimize Jewish and Christian claims to Jerusalem.

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10/17/2019
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65% of Americans identify as Christian, down from 77% a decade ago. Here's the breakdown:

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10/15/2019
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The decision from a federal court in Texas reversed a 2016 requirement by the Obama administration that called for doctors to perform gender transition operations on patients of any age or face legal action.

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10/11/2019
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“This will push his body and his mind to unknown levels and if he ever needed God, and Mother Mary and all the Saints, this is the time."

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10/09/2019
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It wouldn't be the first time the Catholic Church ordains married men as priests. Here's some history:

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10/08/2019
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The early Islamic apostle to the world's largest Muslim country is a symbol of religious and racial harmony.

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10/04/2019
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This artist wonders about the future of prayerfully handmade altar pieces with fewer wood carvers and greater automation.

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10/01/2019
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"The Hong Kong protests have given us a hope that we are not alone in this fight against Chinese oppression."

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09/27/2019
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Greta Thunberg has received almost unanimous support — but not from those who believe climate change is a hoax. Among them: some evangelical Christians.

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09/27/2019
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With Rosh Hashanah coming Sunday, more Jews from all over are returning to Ukraine to visit the grave of a rabbi who died more than 200 years ago. It's the largest swell of Jewish visitors and long-term settlers since the tragedies of communism and the Holocaust.

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09/27/2019
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With Rosh Hashanah coming Sunday, more Jews from all over are returning to Ukraine to visit the grave of a rabbi who died more than 200 years ago. It's the largest swell of Jewish visitors and long-term settlers since the tragedies of communism and the Holocaust.

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09/25/2019
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The lead writers, a Catholic and agnostic Jew (who wrote 'The Good Wife'), wanted to portray that neither faith nor science has all the answers -- maybe some crimes involve demonic possession.

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09/23/2019
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The U.N. gave recommendations for how Sri Lanka should address underlying tensions that predate this year's church bombings that killed more than 200 people on Easter.

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09/16/2019
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Hundreds of Eritreans, from northeast Africa, are gathering to worship and teach newcomers about how to adapt in Germany.

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09/12/2019
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Who the city of Sofia is named after will surprise you:

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09/11/2019
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You're going to want to read this. After miraculously surviving the attack on the South Tower, Stanley became a pastor.

#neverforget #remembering911

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09/11/2019
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Thousands of Kashmiri youth have been arrested on vague charges under a law that allows detentions up to two years before a trial. We spoke to some of their families.

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09/06/2019
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Her next book examines domestic violence in evangelicals’ marriages and how church leaders can respond better.

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09/05/2019
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Umbrella City Cyberchurch leaders are not satisfied with only the extradition bill's withdrawal. They want all five demands of the Hong Kong protests met, including holding police accountable for excessive violence and amnesty for arrested protesters.

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09/03/2019
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The Palestinian city is home to Abraham's tomb, visited and revered by Jews, Muslims and Christians.

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09/03/2019
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The protesters even asked Trump to "stop India" from committing "genocide" in Kashmir.

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08/31/2019
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Risco Mention-Lewis, deputy police commissioner of Suffolk County in New York, is going after the soul of the criminal justice system.

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08/28/2019
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Religion Unplugged Executive Editor Paul Glader writes that Liberty University has become an embarrassment to Christian college journalism.

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08/28/2019
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A Hindu extremist mob attacked a community of Christians in eastern India with swords, axes, sticks and bombs and hasn't been held accountable yet.

Lela Gilbert writes on why we should pay attention to Iranian leaders' beliefs about the world's end times.
08/26/2019
Watch out for the Iranian apocalypse — Religion Unplugged

Lela Gilbert writes on why we should pay attention to Iranian leaders' beliefs about the world's end times.

(OPINION) Over the weekend, Israeli forces struck an Iranian base in Syria after intelligence of “killer drones” there. While Iran’s hostility increases, Middle East observers should remember that many of Iran’s leaders have particular minority Shia beliefs about preparing the world for the ...

The world's largest matrilineal society (in Indonesia) has long blended local cultures with Islam. That is changing, Pau...
08/24/2019
The many charms of West Sumatra: grandmas with eight husbands, teens studying Plato and the No. 1 food in the world — Religion Unplugged

The world's largest matrilineal society (in Indonesia) has long blended local cultures with Islam. That is changing, Paul Marshall writes.

This Indonesian province has a rich history of a matrilineal society that’s shifting from its indigenous culture toward a more austere form of Islam. Cultural and theological divides are widening with less openness to discussion.

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08/23/2019
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Clemente Lisi writes on how Italy's nationalist-populist coalition that fell apart this week is a sign of the Catholic Church's strong influence on Italian politics.

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