(RNS) — Pastors of newer churches are faced with the dilemma of figuring out how to reach and keep new members without ‘pressing the flesh,’ one expert said.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (RNS) — The report, 'Singled Out: Islamophobia in the Classroom and the Impact of Discrimination on Muslim Students,' is based on a statewide survey of about 1,500 Muslim students who are between 11 and 18 years old.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (RNS) – “Some weeks Friday passes and we don’t even realize it was the day of Jummah,” said Imam Azhar Haneef, missionary-in-charge of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA, during his Friday sermon at the group’s annual convention.
(RNS) — A Pew poll from 2010 found that a majority of Americans cannot name the first book of the Bible but can provide the names of the four Beatles.
(The Conversation) — When it comes to what a New Jersey teacher let or encouraged his students to believe when it comes to Hitler and the Holocaust, his lessons weren’t just wrong, they were dangerous.
NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) — The latest twist in a long-running debate over school dress codes has outraged Muslim parents in the predominantly Christian country.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — First Amendment scholar, to be honored after retiring from the Freedom Forum Institute’s Religious Freedom Center, talks about the state of religious freedom and his private faith.
LUCKAU, Germany (AP) — With the number of survivors dwindling and schoolchildren today at least three generations removed from the Nazis, young Jews are being tapped to put a modern take on an old message.
(RNS) At Turkey's request, some African governments are closing Gulen-affiliated schools.
(RNS) In 80 countries -- including the U.S. -- Gulenists are making their mark.
(RNS) Life for religious minority youths in America may be getting tougher. Teachers can do something about it.
Four policies every school should have and all students -- particularly LGBT students -- need to prosper on campus.
CANTERBURY, England (RNS) Prime Minister David Cameron said he wants to wage a war aimed at making the British public “more intolerant of intolerance.”
NEW DELHI (RNS) The attacks on the Christian community have come against a background of fear, triggered by Hindus in Narendra Modi’s party, that Christians are increasing their efforts to proselytize -- especially in schools.
CANTERBURY, England (RNS) Eight former teachers described school buses segregated by gender, classroom racism and textbooks with pages on evolution, fossil fuels and sexual reproduction ripped out.
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