Religion

Religion

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By Jack Jenkins The U.S. House of Representatives quietly passed a spending bill on Thursday that could transform churches and other houses of worship into...

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By Hemant Mehta In Pakistan, where even perceived slights against Islam are considered blasphemy, a Christian man has been sentenced to death for allegedly insulting the Prophet...

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By Hemant Mehta Last February, I posted about a dedication ceremony for a new fitness trail outside Cooper Elementary School in Rogers, Arkansas. The event included the participation...

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By Daniel Cox, Ph.D., and Robert P. Jones, Ph.D. Wedding Vendors A majority (53%) of Americans oppose allowing businesses that provide wedding services, such as catering, flowers,...

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By Jenna Portnoy Advocates on both sides of the abortion debate warned House members that they will closely monitor votes on a measure to block...

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By Shahid Rao Islamabad - The Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) Islamabad Tuesday indicted four persons arrested for their alleged role in publishing blasphemous material on the social...

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By Amanda Marcotte Last week, the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) put out a new report on religion in America that measured a truly remarkable shift: For the first...

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By Russell Leadbetter IN February 2015, Dr Avijit Roy, a prominent atheist blogger, and his wife, Rafida Bonya Ahmed, were brutally set upon by Islamic...

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By Eric W. Dolan Psychologists have long known that people tend to favor their own group over others, a social phenomenon known as ingroup bias....

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By Michael Barajas Jeff Mateer and Matthew Kacsmaryk have worked to erode the firewall between church and state as lawyers for the First Liberty Institute,...