YouTube Video Showing All Three Suspects Of The Ahmaud Arbery Killing Being Sentenced In Court. _______________________________________________________________________ January 7, 2022, three men responsible for the February 2020 stalking and shooting death of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery were ...

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Hate crimes are the topic of discussion among all activists, and an interesting study shows that Religious Bias is a prominent bracket of hate crime. In fact, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) states that ...

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2020 was the year of the Coronavirus and Black Lives Matter (BLM). A year later the United States seems to be turning the corner in returning to “normal” after both COVID and BLM protests. While ...

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Eric Metaxas was once a fairly well-regarded voice within the evangelical community, and a book he wrote about Deitrich Bonhoeffer put him on the evangelical map. Over the last five years, however, he has become ...

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Since a 21-year-old gunman allegedly killed nine people in the Atlanta area in a reported attempt to remove sexual temptation from the world, both the secular and religious press have been discussing the role religion ...

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Christian colleges and other faith-based institutions are grappling with a question of history. How do you make good on continuing to operate on successes that your forerunners built on the backs of enslaved people? In ...

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“We ask God to guide our nation and grant the grace of a welcoming heart.” That’s the message the leadership of the largest Lutheran denomination in the United States used to end an open letter ...

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Christian ministers in Denmark as pushing back against a law that would require them to send translations of sermons delivered in languages other than Danish to the government. UG Christian News explains the draft law: ...

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Black Americans are more likely than Americans as a whole to attend church regularly, a new survey from the Pew Research Center reports. The survey found that Black people pray more often than the average ...

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A group of Evangelical leaders has released an open letter denouncing the role of  Christian nationalism in the United States’ current political climate and urging faith leaders, “to engage pastorally with those who support or ...

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