To learn more about religion, just ask an atheist. That’s one takeaway from a recent Pew Research Center survey that asked Americans multiple-choice questions about religion.
The union strike against General Motors has continued for just over a month – enough time for people of faith to provide moral and spiritual support to picketers.
“Sadly, the issue gets caught up in some of our current polarized divides.”
“They are grieving. It’s really hard to come to a new country with the language hurdles and a culture that’s so different.”
“Can’t be baptized in the Jordan river and make the same old music.”
She “was able to build a large and diverse network of support to reopen the seminary, rebuild the school and create new projects.”
“They want increased odds of finding friends and a romantic partner and that’s going to happen typically at urban congregations that are larger in size.”
-Academy of Preachers finds new home at Belmont
-Duke Divinity program seeks to strengthen black church leadership
Shortly before it ceased being a congregation in June, First Baptist Church of Santa Ana, California worshiped at nearby Second Baptist Church. The nostalgia and irony were evident for the two congregations because it was the historically white First Baptist that helped birth historically black Second Baptist nearly 100 years ago.