Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., administers the Judicial Oath to Judge Amy Coney Barrett in the East Conference Room, Supreme Court Building. Judge Barrett’s husband, Jesse M. Barrett, holds the Bible. Credit: Fred Schilling, Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States

Religious News From Around the Web November 9, 2020

SCOTUS Hears Fulton v City of Philadelphia The U. S. Supreme Court on Nov. 4 heard Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, a case in

Methodist Pastor Fired for Marrying LGBT Couple

Religious News From Around the Web July 13, 2020

More Trouble for Methodists, Byzantine Church Becomes Mosque, Churches and Atheists Squabble over PPP Money, Catholic Schools Close, Jehovah's Witnesses Go Virtual With Annual

Religious News From Around the Web June 8, 2020

Polls: Policy Decisions Forcing Religion's Decline in U.S., Religious freedom and Public Health, Racism a "spiritual virus," Tulsi Gabbard Addresses Hindu Commencement, Abraham Lincoln

Religious News From Around the Web March 16, 2020

Covid-19 Coronavirus, Faith Goes Virtual, Celebrated Religious Gatherings, Health-Care Sharing Ministries, China Tightens Control of Religion California Says Health Care Sharing Ministries “Misleading” The

St Mary and Eanswythe, Folkestone photo by Chris Whippet, CC

Religious News from Around the Web March 9, 2020

Largest Buddhist Temples, Bible in Sign Language, Muslim Thanks Sikhs, Quebec Bans Religious Symbols, Beautiful Nigerian Churches, Lutheran Students Drive Tractors to School, Douglas

Russia Blacklists Hundreds of Jehovah’s Witnesses

Russia’s Federal Financial Monitoring Service (Rosfinmonitoring) has relegated more than 200 Jehovah’s Witnesses to its List of ‘Persons Involved in Extremism or Terrorism,’ according

Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi, photo by Claude Truong-Ngoc CC

WRN News From the Web: Fairness for All? Muslims Excluded, Genocide Charges, Jehovah’s Witness “Extremism,” Mennonites, Catholic Voter Poll, NJ Bill Would Dump Religious Exemption for Vaccinations

Myanmar Leader Rejects Genocide Charge A 2017 crackdown in Myanmar against the country’s Rohingya Muslim minority allegedly included mass killings, rapes and arson and

Faith-Based Adoptions Help Knit Up the Threads of Broken Families

While sexual attraction may be nature’s way of ensuring the continuation of the race, marriage is created to establish stability in relationships and enhance

Jehovah’s Witnesses Bible Exhibitions in the Ukraine

Jehovah’s Witnesses Bible Exhibitions in the Ukraine

The exhibition showcased Christian Greek Scriptures in Russian Sign Language Jehovah' Witnesses in Ukraine hosted a series of Bible exhibitions[/tweetit] from October 7, 2018,

Russian Court Denies Appeal by Dennis Christensen

Russian Court Denies Appeal by Dennis Christensen

The six-year prison term of the Jehovah’s Witness is upheld On May 7, 2019, World Religion News reported on Jehovah's Witness Dennis Christensen's Appeal