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Need to know: Friday, December 29, 2017
Egypt's Christian minority has been targeted by Islamic militants in a series of attacks since December 2016 that killed more than 100.
The president gets praise from CBN founder Pat Robertson and gives interviews to David Brody, CBN’s chief political correspondent.
The judge told the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis and abuse survivors, who seek millions in claims, to resume negotiating.
The Episcopal Diocese in Wyoming, where the suicide rate leads the nation, has taken over as the bishop chides lawmakers’ action.
The council tried to stop New York neighbors from visiting its public park and to ban markers Jews use to observe Sabbath rules.
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For many Christian women whose voices traditionally have not been heard by or represented in institutional churches, the internet has created new platforms to teach, preach and connect.
It’s the latest in a wave of attacks in Kabul and Herat since ISIS vowed earlier this year to target Afghanistan’s Shiites.
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Yes, but Jews would like to be an exception to the rule.
“Perhaps voices will emerge that will enable us to find new ways forward together, past the screaming and the litigation, through a return to deeper theological and ecclesial wellsprings. I pray that this is so,’” writes RNS columnist David Gushee.
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