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It’s time for another “Kellerism” update, as The New York Times continues its efforts to highlight religious institutions with doctrines that are unacceptable to the newsroom’s theologians and, perhaps, the U.S. Department of Justice. This time,...
From: Get Religion | By: tmatt | Tuesday, July 29, 2014
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Update: Yikes! One of the drawbacks of media-criticism-on-the-go is the possibility of writing a post that, in retrospect, makes you sound really stupid. Such is the case with this one, which prompted reader Sarah Morriss to comment: You do know that...
From: Get Religion | By: Bobby Ross Jr. | Tuesday, July 29, 2014
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Long-time GetReligion readers, do you remember that typology that a wise, older priest — a veteran of life inside the DC Beltway — gave me a few years ago that proposed that there are essentially four kinds of American Catholic voters? It went something...
From: Get Religion | By: tmatt | Monday, July 28, 2014
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Amid the ongoing headlines — mostly political — over the thousands of migrant children crossing illegally into the United States, I’ve been pleased to come across some excellent reports on the religion angle. New York Times national religion...
From: Get Religion | By: Bobby Ross Jr. | Monday, July 28, 2014
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The professional skill of a reporter can be tested by his abilities to weigh the importance of his sources. “Who” said something is as important as “what” was said.  The Telegraph‘s Religious affairs editor John Bingham in an article entitled...
From: Get Religion | By: geoconger | Wednesday, July 30, 2014
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When a congregation has to leave its church building, it’s like moving away from home. Members remember all the things that happened there. They think of fun and funny anecdotes, and the crises they weathered. They recall what the church meant to the...
From: Get Religion | By: Jim Davis | Wednesday, July 30, 2014
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ANNE ASKS: What is the explanation for today’s “young earth” movement among evangelicals? THE RELIGION GUY ANSWERS: This question highlights the split between many Christians in science and a wing within conservative Protestantism that believes...
From: Get Religion | By: Richard Ostling | Tuesday, July 29, 2014
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