The fruit of the Spirit is not optional, despite what you might witness online
(RNS) — Before social media, I honestly never knew people who claimed to be Christians would treat one another with such cruelty.
Will Mormon service missions become a thing of the past?
(RNS) — We are going backward in forcing service missionaries to serve teaching missions.
How college can be a pathway to making Muslims more welcome
(RNS) — Campuses are places we learn to value others in the basic ways that humanize us.
Inspired by llamas, the desert and Mother Earth, these craftswomen weave sacred textiles
COLCHANE, Chile (AP) — Among the 3 million Aymaras who live along the borders of Chile, Perú and Bolivia, the Earth is known as “Pachamama.”
Soccer player Paulinho won’t let intolerance of his Afro-Brazilian religion stop his faith
LAGOA SANTA, Brazil (AP) — Academics and religious-freedom advocates say that Afro-Brazilian religions are sometimes demonized in neo-Pentecostal churches.
French schools’ ban on abayas and headscarves is supposedly about secularism − but it sends a powerful message about who ‘belongs’ in French culture
(The Conversation) — Catholicism, ‘Frenchness’ and secularism are often conflated in French culture, a scholar writes, while non-Christian traditions are viewed with suspicion.
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