Posts Tagged “Culture”
[WATCH THIS VIDEO ON YOUTUBE.] Coinciding with the Nuns on the Bus cross-country tour, 174 members of Congress co-sponsored a resolution commending the American women religious community for their tremendous impact on our nation. In this video, 75 of those representatives add a personal note to the sisters.
Columnist Eric C. Redmond says President Obama’s support for gay marriage has severely damaged his reputation among black church members, who just might sit out the election.
An overwhelming stench filled the air as forensic experts in white pantsuits and masks mingled with priests in black clerical garb during the exhumation of a reputed Italian mobster from the crypt of a Roman basilica
Battling what they call a rising tide of “radical secularism,” the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops on Monday issued a call to Catholics to rebel against keeping their religion at home, even if they have to suffer the consequences
As we celebrate the 200th anniversary of Adoniram and Ann Judson’s sailing from Salem, Massachusetts to India and later Burma, we are not merely celebrating a critical early event in the North American Mission Movement. We celebrate the life of a devoted follower of Christ whose life and ministry personified the long-term impact of endurance, perseverance, and tenacity.
Here we go again. If you are interested in religion news (as opposed to pure politics), and you are willing to look at Mitt Romney’s Liberty University commencement speech from the point of view of the audience, then it’s pretty clear which paragraph deserves the most attention.
A Pakistani Muslim man, along with two accomplices, allegedly abducted and raped a 13-year-old Christian girl on Thursday, March 29, 2012, according to her uncle, Asher.
In Uganda, faith leaders are joining citizens in demanding openness in the handling of recently-discovered crude oil, which is inspiring hope for a better future for the East African country.
The pulpits of the nation’s black churches took measure Sunday of President Obama’s decision to support gay marriage, and the result was conflicted.
Leaders of the Assemblies of God’s (AOG) Central Church of Tehran told their congregation on Sunday that authorities have demanded a list of names and identification numbers of church members, a major risk to converts from Islam.