Need to know: Tuesday, February 20, 2018
The legislation being debated by Iceland's Parliament would impose a six-year jail term on anyone who "removes part or all of (a child's) sexual organs" for non-medical reasons.
Yes, Wakanda is a fictional place and "Black Panther" is “just” a film, but the spiritual imagination that undergirds the movie can be an opportunity for learning, writes the Rev. Yolanda Pierce.
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The post featured a student in a hijab and these words: “Share if you think Trump should ban Islam in American schools.”
For the six faith-based agencies authorized to settle refugees in the U.S., the battle over the travel ban is also a fight to protect their ministries.
Romney’s pitch reflects a Mormon tradition of polite politics and reservedness about one’s faith that differs from other American religious conservatives.
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We made smoking cigarettes socially unacceptable. We can do the same with guns, writes RNS columnist Jeffrey Salkin. The kids have to make it happen.
Millennials are authentic and relational "resident crap detectors" whose voices are vital for the church -- if the church would stop doing everything in its power to drive them away.
“Thank God for psychologists and Lexapro,” writes Jonathan Merritt in response to a tweet from Reformed pastor John Piper’s ministry. “Without them, I might be dead today.”
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