Need to know: Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Muslim voters who sit in the anti-war camp seem most drawn toward Sen. Bernie Sanders, the candidate who has long been a favorite among Muslim voters. More from Religion News Service
'The Walking Bible'
Jack Van Impe, a televangelist who for decades warned viewers about the end of the world, died at 88. More from Religion News Service
'Love, Suffering, Deliverance & Justice'
He believed there were transcendent truths that had the power to change hearts and move them away from the political and social policies of segregation. More from Religion News Service
A 'National Day of Action' aims to call out the slice of the Indian American community that is sympathetic to India’s right-wing politics. More from Religion News Service
A proposed Trump rule change would undermine religious freedom, writes Mark Silk. More from Religion News Service
Public Fund Dispute
A 2015 Montana law provided people a tax credit of up to $150 for donations to groups that fund scholarships for private school tuition. State tax officials limited the program to non-religious schools in order to comport with the state constitution, which forbids public aid to any “church, sect or denomination.” Thirty-eight states have such constitutional provisions. More from Reuters
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