Need to know: Thursday, June 25, 2020
Nearly a century later, both ‘Head of Christ’ and the criticism of the role it has played in enshrining Jesus as white endure.
But experts say the real question is whether his efforts will win over moderate evangelicals who appear to be second-guessing their support for Trump in light of his handling of the coronavirus and the George Floyd protests.
‘When I look at my sisters, I don’t see superwomen. I see women of great faith, of great compassion, generosity and determination, but also very vulnerable women.’
A war over Christs of different ethnicities, says an artist and iconographer, won’t bring humanity closer together in empathy or love, writes Mark Doox.
Interfaith work means saying ‘Amen’ to other people’s invocations and reading others’ Scripture. Omar Suleiman asks, at what point is accommodating other faiths’ beliefs still fruitful?
The report is largely based on testimony from 76 people in the eight countries surveyed.
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Civil rights advocates are accusing Miami correctional officers of violating the teen’s religious rights.
The California Catholic Conference said Serra was ‘a man ahead of his times who made great sacrifices to defend and serve the indigenous population.’
Through mutual aid, activists and faith leaders argue, communities can bring to life a better world — one that is free of hierarchies.
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(RNS) — Since the protests against the killing of George Floyd began a month ago, a survey shows a 10 percentage point swing among white evangelicals to Joe Biden.
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We are relaunching our campaign for those suffering from the United States’ ‘remain in Mexico’ policy, which effectively allows the Trump administration to wash its hands of asylum-seekers while claiming to be pro-life, writes Marlena Graves.