Religion for breakfast (7:22)
Dr. David Hulme, Professor of Development Studies at The University of Manchester, explores some myths and misconceptions that surround the apostle Paul and his teachings.
Campaigns for the presidency of the nation’s largest Protestant denomination are usually tightly scripted, polite affairs in which populist megachurch pastors are typically chosen. But because 2020 is a U.S. presidential election year, there was a desire among leaders of some of the denomination’s agencies and seminaries to avoid an ugly and potentially divisive battle over President Donald Trump.
By Yonat Shimron @ Religion News Service
Magic yields to incompetence as the most binding spell on this season holiday.
By Daniel Villareal @ LGBTQ Nation
Opinion by Jamie Aroosi, a senior research fellow at the Hong Kierkegaard Library at St. Olaf College, @ The New York Times
Televangelists are not as talked about today as they were in the 1980s and 1990s, when many rose to fame and fortune through mushrooming cable channels.
But they have never gone away.
By Vicky Baker @ BBC
Religion and Early Politics
By John Fea
This article originally appeared in Pennsylvania Heritage Magazine
Volume XXXVII, Number 4 – Fall 2011