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David Sills, former seminary prof accused of abuse, sues SBC and Guidepost

By Bob Smietana — November 28, 2022
(RNS) — Sills, who lost his job after admitting misconduct, claims SBC leaders used him as a scapegoat to bolster their public image.

To those Jews who still support him

By Jeffrey Salkin — November 27, 2022
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Who is Trump and Kanye’s dinner companion, Nick Fuentes?

By Jack Jenkins and Paul O'Donnell — November 27, 2022
(RNS) — Last year the 24-year-old right-wing media personality told an audience that the United States will cease to be America 'if it loses its white demographic core and if it loses its faith in Jesus Christ.'

Drive-by shooting injures 2 at funeral at Nashville church

By Jonathan Mattise — November 26, 2022
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The shooting Saturday took place as mourners left the funeral of a woman who was fatally shot earlier this month, according to police.

Georgia high court reinstates ban on abortions after 6 weeks

By Sudhin Thanawala — November 25, 2022
ATLANTA (AP) — The justices put a lower court ruling overturning the ban on hold while they consider an appeal. Doctors who had resumed providing abortions after six weeks had to immediately stop.

Pope Francis IDs successor to conservative Providence bishop

By David Klepper — November 24, 2022
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — The Most Reverend Richard G. Henning is the new coadjutor bishop of Providence, will likely succeed the conservative Bishop Thomas Tobin.

The simple faith of gathering together and giving thanks

By Jacob Lupfer — November 23, 2022
(RNS) — These hymns ring loud in my consciousness after other trappings of devotion have fallen away.

This Thanksgiving, give thanks for refugees

By Darcy Hirsh — November 23, 2022
(RNS) — Let us be grateful — with words and actions — for the refugees who have helped make this country what it is.

A biography of Ruth Bell Graham explores an icon of evangelical womanhood

By Yonat Shimron — November 23, 2022
(RNS) — Graham opposed the women’s rights movements even as she benefited from some of its gains by becoming a public figure sought after as a speaker and writer in her own right.

Prayers go on, sometimes out of sight, in prep football

By Larry Lage — November 23, 2022
WEST BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP, Michigan (AP) — In Michigan, some teams with multiple religions represented on their rosters have found ways for everyone who wants to participate to do so if they wish.

DC’s faith communities rally to protect bused-in immigrants

By Emily Neil — November 22, 2022
(RNS) — Organizing efforts in Washington have become a blueprint for other cities.

Pilgrims, not patriots

By Tracy McKenzie — November 22, 2022
(RNS) — The Pilgrims thought of themselves as temporary travelers in a world that was not their home. 

Bison’s relocation to Native lands revives a spiritual bond

By Bobby Ross Jr. — November 22, 2022
(AP) — Decades after the last bison vanished from their tribal lands, the Cherokee Nation is part of a resurgence of Indigenous people seeking to reconnect with the animals.

Lyft drivers spread the Gospel with ride-hailing ministries

By Luis Andres Henao — November 22, 2022
(AP) — Lyft’s guidelines do not expressly prohibit evangelism nor conversations about religion, and evangelism experts say ride-hailing can be conducive to talking about faith.
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