Need to know: Thursday, August 20, 2020
A preacher with sneakers coming soon to TBN: Steven Furtick to replace Kenneth Copeland, says network
Trinity Broadcasting Network announced Wednesday (Aug. 19) it will no longer air the daily Texas-based Kenneth Copeland Ministries program known as ‘Believer’s Voice of Victory.’
The statement, drafted by BioLogos, sends a pointed message: ‘ … when Dr. Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease expert, tells us what scientists have learned about this infectious disease, he should be listened to.’
The ICE chaplain reportedly dismissed Muslim detainees' repeated complaints by saying, ‘It is what it is,’ the legal advocates allege.
The initiative brings together Black, Hispanic and Asian organizations along with groups focused on prisoners, prayer and public justice.
Tahir Ahmad Naseem’s daughter is fighting for the U.S. government to deliver justice for her father — an American citizen who was killed while being tried on blasphemy charges in Pakistan.
Why do Black Lives Matter? Because for all of American history, as an important new book catalogs, they simply didn't, writes Jeffrey Salkin.
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The vehicle of a Kansas pastor’s wife who has been missing for more than two weeks was found Tuesday (Aug. 18) in Arkansas with a woman’s body inside.
The Episcopal bishop of Washington, D.C. said her appearance is not partisan, and said she declined a request to film her Democratic convention prayer in front of St. John’s, where Trump held up a Bible.
Some of the suffragists were freethinkers who did not attend church and saw Christianity as hostile to women’s rights. But as the group grew and coalesced, it also included women of many faiths.
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But in some quarters there’s a definite lack of enthusiasm, writes Mark Silk.
(RNS) — ‘This is a different theology than we have seen before in Mormon circles,’ a historian says about Chad Daybell’s violent ideas about the end of the world.
Kanye’s presidential campaign may tell us as much about our spiritual disillusionment as it does his mental health, writes Tara Isabella Burton.