By focusing on politics and war, rather than culture, education and religion, newspapers "may make it harder for readers to see Muslims as part of mainstream American society," say researchers at Middlebury College.
"He lived the Christian convictions of his upbringing in his faith," said an attorney for John Good. "Now the government charges that [his] religious convictions, when put into active expression in life, are felonies."
Focus on the Family founder James Dobson has argued gays and lesbians can be cured and find "wholeness in their newfound heterosexuality."
Leaders of two congregations that met inside Pittsburgh's Tree of Life synagogue oppose prosecutor's request for the death penalty against Robert Bowers, charged with killing 11 people inside the temple on October 27, 2018.
Charles Thomas Sebesta was arrested Monday on a federal grand jury indictment; Sebesta is accused of using over $11 million of church money for personal expenses.
Monsignor Joseph McLoone joined St. Joseph Catholic Church outside Philadelphia in 2011, after his predecessor was charged with concealing parish priests' child sex abuse accusations.
Pastor Alfrery Líctor Cruz Canseco was leaving the Fraternidad Cristiana church in Tlalixtac de Cabrera when he was shot point-blank.
A suit filed under New York's Child Victims Act claims Howard Hubbard used his position as a priest "to groom and to sexually abuse" a 16-year-old in the mid-1990s.
Pastor Barry Baker of Gracewood Baptist Church told the couple their "unbiblical lifestyle" was against "God's original design."
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Critics claim Jehovah's Witnesses leaders have turned a blind eye to "massive and horrendous abuse" for years.
"It's not just a lawsuit, it's saving children. It's a public safety issue," says Irwin Zalkin, whose firm is representing two plaintiffs in suits naming the Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses as defendants.
Welch College "believes that attempting to alter one's bodily identity constitutes a rejection of God's design for humanity," said university president Matt Pinson.
During Pastor Adam Fannin's first Sunday sermon since Sarah Silverman said his previous comments would get her killed, he doubled down on his criticism, saying she would "bow down and God will judge her."
Critics ridiculed Ivanka Trump's holiday greeting to Muslims on Eid al-Adha as hypocritical. "Nobody tell Nepotism Barbie here how her father tried to ban all Muslims from entering the United States."
Florida Pastor Adam Fannin said of the comedian that he hopes "God breaks her teeth out and she dies."
The massive slide is part of the Norwich Cathedral's "See It Differently" event, running from August 8 to 18.
"For every time that someone in the church has hurt you because of who you are or who you love, we are deeply sorry; we hurt with you."
Harris stunned the evangelical community last month when he announced he was "falling away" from his religion. "By all the measurements that I have for defining a Christian, I am not a Christian."
Rev. Robert E. Fowler Sr of Victory Missionary Baptist Church has lumped homosexuality in with adultery and child molestation.
Anglican Episcopal Bishop Gavin Ashenden says the idea of opening putt-putt golf in the nave at Rochester Cathedral was "perhaps born of desperation."
Manuel Torres claims being alone in a patrol car with a female trainee would give "the appearance of sinful conduct," invoking the so-called "Mike Pence rule."
Rev. Reginald Williams faces grand larceny changes over claims he used money earmarked for charity on fancy dinners and a trips to the Caribbean.
"I fear that recent public comments by our President and others, and the responses they have generated, have deepened divisions and diminished our national life," Archbishop Wilton Gregory said.
Shin Ok-ju founded the Grace Road Church and subjected her followers to beatings, a court in South Korea has ruled.
Lee and Lizanne Harris from Oxfordshire, England, say they don't want their children to "hear from evangelical preachers who spout harmful and often divisive messages."
"When you're using faith just to tap into an audience, it doesn't work," Jonathan Morris, suggesting Trump does not pander in that way.
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