(RNS) — ‘He did that every morning,' Joanne Rogers recalled of his practice of praying for people by name. ‘And he had a legal pad with all the names on it that he wanted to remember.' The post Joanne Rogers: On her husband Fred Rogers' commitment to prayer, church, children appeared first on Religion News Service. ”[Continue
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(RNS) — Ida B. Wells was a pioneer in several arenas, but her work against lynching was her most revolutionary because it dismissed the white narrative that lynching was the result of black men's behavior. The post Learning resistance and courage from Ida B. Wells appeared first on Religion News Service. ”[Continue
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(RNS) — If all realities are equally plausible in the internet age, then there is no reason that magic should be less plausible, indeed less powerful, than any other form of reality-creation. The post The next stage of witch resistance is here appeared first on Religion News Service. ”[Continue
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We talk to John Wolffe, a professor of religious history at The Open University in London, about the religious aspects of The Troubles. ”[Continue
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We talk to filmmaker Callum Macrae about The Troubles, the low-level war that rocked Northern Ireland for much of the latter half of the 20th century. ”[Continue
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We talk to filmaker Callum Macrae, and religious historian John Wolffe about The Troubles in Northern Ireland. ”[Continue
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From personal conversations in coffee shops to mass vigils at universities, here are just some of the ways interfaith allies have been showing their love. ”[Continue
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Interfaith allies are pledging to stand with Muslims in words and actions after the Christchurch massacre. ”[Continue
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The life of a non-profit (like Interfaith Alliance) can be like a Venn diagram. We work in coalition with all sorts of groups ”[Continue
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