Monday’s Religion News Roundup: King’s March * Night Thievery * Miley’s Moment

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A Thief in the Night film (via

A Thief in the Night film (via

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Wednesday marks the 50th anniversary of the "March on Washington." The filmmaker who made evangelical movies like "A Thief in the Night" has died. Miley Cyrus's performance managed to horrify the VMAs.

  • Kevan Scott

    As a blind person I can speak on “Blind Faith’. Blind Faith is not faith without reason in my world. The white can in front of me shows the way. With the use of that white cane I navigate the world albeit a little slower than those with sight but still making a path for myself and in doing so a path for others to follow as well.

  • Larry Kitchen

    You do a nice job of selecting stories, but when I go to the linked sources, many times they have only a sentence telling what the story is about. Then, the source may insist that viewing the story requires a susbscription and payment. Please don’t use these links. If the link is not directly to a story, then maybe your description in RNS is all we get. I rebel against having my arm twisted to subscribe.

  • Sarah Pulliam Bailey

    Thanks for weighing in, Kevan. It seemed that the doctor who was fighting “blind faith” was up against gurus, babas, astrologers, godmen and other mystical entrepreneurs.

  • Sarah Pulliam Bailey

    Larry, I think the link you’re talking about is about ebooks and Christian bookstores. I couldn’t find a link that didn’t require subscription, but I thought it was still worth including to give people a trail if they want to pursue it. Thanks for reading.

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  • Gerry Zaragemca, has an article in relation to the, Yorubas Religion, ‘Zaragemca sobre la historia de Ifa en Cuba’. It is on,, ( foro, Santeria). Gerry Zaragemca, is a World’s Expert in Afro Cuban Percussion and Caribbean Music