Martin Luther King JR

Religious News From Around the Web January 17, 2022

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” Speech; Origins of Religious Freedom Day; Christians Returning to Church, but Not Always the Same

Great Wall of China Image by Andy Leung

Religious News From Around the Web January 10, 2022

“Global Respect Act” Disrespects Religious Liberty; Christians Win in European Court of Human Rights; Chinese Communists “Walk in Footsteps of Taliban”; To Forward a

Russell M. Nelson, President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Profiles in Faith: Russell M. Nelson, President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

INTRODUCTION Elder Russell M. Nelson is the 17th president, prophet, seer and revelator of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), sometimes

Religious News From Around the Web January 3, 2022

A Sense of the Sacred; 'Prisoner of Hope, Archbishop Desmond Tutu Passes; Religious Scholars on Death and Faith; Alien Contact? NASA Asks Religious Scholars

Religious Arbitration: How America’s Courts Safeguard the First Amendment by Defending It

Religious arbitration has been in the news recently and I would like to offer my perspective as a Jew, a rabbi and inter-religious leader

Religious News From Around the Web December 27, 2021

Houses of Worship Struggle to Rebuild Attendance; Michigan City Gets Ready for All-Muslim Government; New York Can Force Photographer to Take Pictures for Same-Sex

Watch Dalai Lama Impersonate Donald Trump

Religious News From Around the Web December 20, 2021

Pope Reemphasizes Opposition to Latin Mass; Ninth Circuit Clears Expulsions of Seminarians in Same-Sex Marriages; Gorsuch Cites Religious Liberty As Supreme Court Allows New

Has Separation of Church and State Gone Too Far?

Religious News From Around the Web December 13, 2021

Guru Nanak Sikh Documentary on PBS; New Research on Religious Exemptions from COVID Vaccine; Defend Religiously Affiliated Child Care; Fauci Asks Faith Leaders to

Teen “Slacktivism” In Church is a Myth

Religious News from Around the Web December 6, 2021

Supreme Court Hears Abortion Case; Will Biden Bill Eliminate Religious Groups from Childhood Care? Why Do Some Christians Reject Vaccines? Religiously “Affiliated” or “Unaffiliated”

Mississippi Schools Cannot Display Religious Items

Money, schools and religion: A controversial combo returns to the Supreme Court by Charles J. Russo

Since 1947, one topic in education has regularly come up at the Supreme Court more often than any other: disputes over religion. That year,