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Kathryn Post

Kathryn Post is an author at Religion News Service.

All Stories by Kathryn Post

‘Duck Dynasty’-backed Gen Z Jesus musical ‘His Story’ to debut in Texas

By Kathryn Post — April 21, 2023
(RNS) — Written by then-16-year-old homeschooler Anna Miriam Brown, the show is coming to the stage thanks to Broadway vets and evangelical celebrities.

What an ‘Asian American apostate’ had to offer a Christian university after losing his faith

By Kathryn Post — April 18, 2023
(RNS) — A scathing critique of the evangelical culture at a Christian university in pre-Trump America.

‘Is this when we disappear?’ Rapture triggers haunt the Left Behind generation

By Kathryn Post — April 17, 2023
(RNS) — For some, fear-saturated stories about the rapture can generate lifelong panic, paranoia and anxiety.

Mark Rivera pleads guilty to felony sexual assault, sentenced to 6 more years

By Kathryn Post — April 12, 2023
(RNS) — The former Anglican lay pastor has already been sentenced to 15 years for separate child sexual abuse crimes.

Theology on Tap? ‘Sober Spirituality’ explores church drinking culture

By Kathryn Post — April 12, 2023
(RNS) — Episcopal priest The Rev. Erin Jean Warde invites readers to consider a mindful relationship with alcohol.

Resurrection drug? FDA approves over-the-counter Narcan amid opioid crisis

By Kathryn Post — April 6, 2023
(RNS) — ‘I’m afraid that we’re not to a resurrection era for people who use drugs,’ said one harm reduction advocate.

Rare medieval Easter cipher is up for grabs this Holy Week

By Kathryn Post — April 5, 2023
(RNS) — When decoded, the 15th-century cipher helped calculate the date for Easter.

Earthquake survivors face a ‘dark’ Ramadan in Turkey

By Kathryn Post — March 30, 2023
(RNS) — Relief workers are pivoting to meet the evolving needs of Muslims during the holy month of fasting.

Amid rise in antisemitism, Yeshiva University focuses on Holocaust education

By Kathryn Post — March 24, 2023
(RNS) — The Holocaust 'is being inadvertently or consciously de-Judaized,' according to Yeshiva University's Shay Pilnik.

Amid crisis and political feuds, hope abounds in East Palestine

By Kathryn Post — March 24, 2023
EAST PALESTINE, Ohio (RNS) — ‘We have this chance to build something new,’ said the Rev. Fritz Nelson, pastor of First United Presbyterian Church in East Palestine.

‘City of Faith’ exhibit celebrates South Asian religion in NYC

By Kathryn Post — March 16, 2023
NEW YORK (RNS) — A new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York suggests the city can’t be understood without religion.

Muslim holidays find welcome from mainstream retailers with new Ramadan goods

By Kathryn Post — March 14, 2023
(RNS) — Two new children’s books from Muslim authors hit Target’s shelves as part of the retailer’s new Ramadan and Eid holiday collection.

Arizona Christian University sues school district for religious discrimination

By Kathryn Post — March 10, 2023
(RNS) — At issue, the school board claims, is the university's 'strong' anti-LGBTQ stance.

Columbus artist’s dreadlocked, tattooed icons offer a fresh take on the saints

By Kathryn Post — March 8, 2023
COLUMBUS, Ohio (RNS) — They were the ‘original social justice warriors,’ says artist Gracie Morbitzer.

Mark Rivera, a former Anglican lay pastor, sentenced to 15 years in prison

By Kathryn Post — March 6, 2023
(RNS) — 'She continues to be impacted every single day by this man’s abuse,' said the mother of the child abuse survivor who first reported Rivera.
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