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In a recent webinar hosted by Baptist News Global, Mercer University ethicist David Gushee discussed his upcoming book, “Defending Democracy from Its Christian Enemies.” He explored the concerning intersection of Christianity, politics, and the erosion of democracy in the United States. Gushee noted that some Christians are increasingly hostile to democracy and have become infatuated

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Americans remain divided on issues of race and discrimination, as revealed by newly released data from the Pew Research Center. In a recent survey, 53% of Americans believe that people not recognizing discrimination when it exists is a bigger problem, while 45% think that people seeing discrimination where it doesn’t exist is the bigger issue.

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Regular church attendance holds a paramount position in shaping and deepening one’s religious beliefs and spiritual understanding. In a manner akin to the importance placed on attending academic classes for knowledge acquisition, consistent attendance at religious services plays a pivotal role in one’s journey of faith. Statistical evidence underlines the transformative effect of attending church

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There is an intriguing relationship between regular attendance at religious services and individuals’ subjective evaluations of the excitement present in their lives. Notably, a significant segment of the population, approximately 34%, abstains from participating in religious services, surpassing the proportion of those who regularly attend. Among this non-attending group, an overwhelming majority, roughly 59%, characterize

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Pope Francis criticized conservative elements within the U.S. Catholic Church, accusing them of replacing faith with ideology and being resistant to change. His comments highlight the divisions within the Church, especially on issues like abortion and same-sex marriage. Francis emphasized social justice concerns and has faced criticism for his stance on divorced and remarried Catholics

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A prominent Georgia megachurch, Rock Springs Church, is facing accusations of lacking transparency in its handling of a former youth volunteer, Kelly Garrett Ivey. Ivey has been charged with attempting to traffic a 16-year-old on the dark web. What’s concerning is that church members were unaware of these charges until they were reported by a

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Originally published in The Conversation Pope Francis’ upcoming visit to Mongolia, which is home to fewer than 1,500 Catholics, has elicited curiosity among Catholics and non-Catholics alike. This will be the pope’s 43rd trip abroad since his election on March 13, 2013: He has visited 12 countries in the Americas, 11 in Asia and 10

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Expressing gratitude to a group of European lawyers for their dedication to environmental protection laws, Pope Francis revealed his intention to create a follow-up document on the same subject. The pope conveyed to the lawyers, “I am writing a second part to Laudato Si’ to update it on current problems.” Although he did not provide

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In Pakistan’s Punjab province, over 100 individuals have been apprehended by the police following their involvement in assaulting no less than 21 churches and causing extensive damage to numerous homes. These actions were carried out in response to allegations that two Christian men had committed an act of desecration on a copy of the Quran,

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Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the second-ranking official in the Vatican under Pope Francis, undertook a visit to the African nation of South Sudan on August 14th. The purpose of his visit was to advance the peace initiatives of the pontiff in a nation that has been deeply entangled in a violent civil conflict. Parolin, who serves

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The Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a significant event in the Roman Catholic religion. Celebrated on August 15th each year, it commemorates the belief that Mary, the mother of Jesus, was assumed bodily into heaven after her death. The occasion has been observed by the Catholic Church since the 4th

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For generations, Orthodox Ukrainians have regarded the traditional Julian calendar as a fundamental element of their church’s identity. However, in recent years, the Julian calendar has become linked with allegiance to Russian Orthodoxy rather than Ukrainian Orthodoxy. Recent adjustment in the calendar has significant implications, leading to the shift of Christmas celebrations for millions of

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