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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – A hospital warden at the Fort Campbell Army station has filed a complaint against her union, arguing that she shouldn’t have to pay dues because of her religious beliefs. The lawsuit was filed by Dorothy Frame, who works at the Blanchfield Army Community Hospital in Fort Campbell on the Kentucky-Tennessee border …

WHAT PEOPLE SAID ABOUT THE GOVERNMENT’S RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION BILL: * Prime Minister Scott Morrison: “It is the product of a tolerant and mature society which understands the importance of faith and belief in a free society, without seeking to impose these beliefs nor ever seeking to hurt others in the expression of these beliefs. “ …

The Build Back Better Act will not only fundamentally change the scope and size of the US government. It will also promote the progressive campaign against religion. Buried in the small print of a bill widely touted as supporting families is a discriminatory provision that sidelines religiously affiliated child care providers. President Joe biden and …

Focus on the individual: Unlike other religions, the origins of Hinduism are not limited to one event or one prophet or a group of prophets. It has evolved over time and continues to do so today. This is why Hinduism is seen more as a way of life than as a religion. In accordance with …

OPINION: Mega-churches aren’t exactly New Zealand’s flavor of the month. As tensions escalate across the country with the looming danger of Covid-19, figures like City Impact Church and Destiny Church have come under fire for undermining the Auckland lockdown and calling their congregation on dissent against the measures public health. Comments from leaders such as …

Sometimes real life is more astonishing and inspiring than fiction. This true story is about a girl and boy from different families who attended Shaare Emeth Religious School in the early 1970s. They probably saw each other, even though she was six years older. About five decades later, they learned they were siblings. I have …

The application period is now open for the free faith-rooted organization leadership cohort sponsored by CLUE – Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice – from January to May 2022. Participants will meet once or twice a month during five months to connect their faith or spirituality. values ​​with an advocacy for economic, social and …

Two years after the start of Narendra Modi’s second term as Prime Minister, India is no longer the world’s largest democracy in a significant sense. To be sure, the main procedural pitfalls of an electoral democracy are still intact, and the country’s general elections are still the biggest universal suffrage exercises anywhere in the world. …

By Anand Kumar * The recent violence against minorities in Bangladesh has taken many people by surprise. It is not that violence against minorities is unknown in Bangladesh, however, it was certainly brought under control after Sheikh Hasina came to power. Violence against Hindu minorities erupted again in Cumilla this year during the Hindu festival …

Dressed in bright orange shirts and standing on a strip of grass facing Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, the small group of young protesters held signs reading, “Love God. Love your neighbor. Act on the climate. It wasn’t just a Saturday afternoon demonstration; it was also an expression of faith, as the signs suggest. These …