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Korean War (one), World War II (one) and World War I (none despite the centenary)...Because I have been interested in the connections between foreign affairs and religion for a long time, I was asked to join a roundtable on the "state of the study."
Your email has been successfully sent. "It was said that a squirrel could travel all the way from Le Puy to the village of Fay leaping from branch to branch," Caroline Moorehead writes of the Plateau Vivarais-Lignon in the northern Cevennes. Albert
Officer introduces me and speaks with enthusiasm about the forthcoming project she has asked me to deliver; Jo's going to interview you all and then write a play about you...Whatever you like, I say, it's about your lives. They aren't exactly over
In January, when my friend Sandy, who was born Greek Orthodox, applied to the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs to allow five of us to set foot on the Mount Athos peninsula in June, I'd agreed that putting Protestant on the form was a safer answer
Inkoo Kang Aram Garriga focuses on white male conservatives' reclamation of masculinity as a reason to go to church Religious conservatism is contextualized as a reaction to the social revolutions of the 1960s In the absorbing but superficial "
John's Lutheran Church in midtown Sacramento have pored over about a quarter of the Bible so far. It's been an eye-opener: The violence the sheer level of bloodshed in the Old Testament has taken many of them by surprise. Your Sunday school teachers
Secretary of State John Kerry for advancing a framework for Israeli-Palestinian peace. The praise from 40 leaders all but three from the United States representing several denominations came in part because of the opportunities it would provide for
Council of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, said he realizes the study guide "isn't something that is emanating from the grassroots." But he called it "a crash course to advocate for an end of the Jewish state." He said it reads "as if
Fifty-one percent of U.S. adults identify as Protestant or Christian faith other than Catholic or Mormon, down from 54 percent in 2008, a survey indicated. The state-by-state results are based on more than 178,000 interviews conducted as part of
One of the oldest and most elegant buildings on the University of B.C. campus will soon be switched from the study of spirituality to economics. The stone-faced Vancouver School of Theology, built in 1927 as a seminary for Protestant clergy, has been