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Flash back with me, if you will, to my recent GetReligion "guilt file" post on the religious-liberty showdown between an Assemblies of God chaplain, Lt. Cmdr. Wesley Modder, and the principalities and powers at the modern U.S. Navy. There was a reference...
From: Get Religion | By: Terry Mattingly | Thursday, March 26, 2015
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What we have here, gentle readers, is a take-no-prisoner headline, care of GetReligion emeritus M. Z. Hemingway at The Federalist. You were expecting someone else? Dumb, Uneducated, And Eager To Deceive: Media Coverage Of Religious Liberty In A Nutshell...
From: Get Religion | By: Terry Mattingly | Thursday, March 26, 2015
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I first met Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore back in 1997 on a drive through Gadsden, a sleepy southern burg 56 miles north of Birmingham. Moore was only a circuit judge back then but he’d already gotten famous for refusing to take down...
From: Get Religion | By: Julia Duin | Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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Writing about events in a foreign land? Then keep in mind this retailing truism: Location, location, location. In journalese, that might read, what seems an obvious choice in one place can look illogical and even dangerous somewhere else.When speaking...
From: Get Religion | By: Ira Rifkin | Thursday, March 26, 2015
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CNN did not get the memo. I voiced concerns Wednesday about the prevalence of the term "controversial" in news coverage of that Indiana religious freedom bill passed this week. Specifically, I questioned whether that overused modifier — which...
From: Get Religion | By: Bobby Ross Jr. | Thursday, March 26, 2015
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How often does news really terrify you? Not just worry or concern, but ... well, like it affected a woman in this story out of Syria? As Islamic State militants closed in on her village, Asmar Jumaa, an Assyrian Christian, couldn't shake a terrifying...
From: Get Religion | By: Jim Davis | Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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Today's word of the day: "controversial." If you've seen the headlines, ledes and tweets related to a religious freedom bill passed by Indiana lawmakers this week, you've likely seen that adjective attached to it. Monday's lede from the Washington...
From: Get Religion | By: Bobby Ross Jr. | Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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He may have given up preaching hellfire, but Bishop Carlton Pearson still likes DMN-nation. The Dallas Morning News gave the Chicago-based minister a free 450-word ad when he spoke at a local church. It's hard to blame the paper for having some fun....
From: Get Religion | By: Jim Davis | Friday, March 27, 2015
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