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Emily Mcfarlan Miller

Study up: A Reformation anniversary reading list

Martin Luther reportedly said: “There never yet have been, nor are there now, too many good books.”

Trump’s evangelical advisors reportedly discussed transgender ban at White House meeting

Evangelical Christian leaders who informally advise the president discussed reversing the year-old policy two weeks ago at the White House, according to David Brody of CBN (Christian Broadcasting Network) News.

Proposed budget bill would add teeth to Trump’s Johnson Amendment order

And about 8 in 10 Americans (79 percent) say it is inappropriate for pastors to endorse a political candidate during a church service, according to a 2015 survey by LifeWay Research.

Controversial book ‘The Shack’ makes the leap from page to screen

Now Young’s best-selling book “The Shack” is completing its decadelong journey from the page to the screen in a Hollywood film opening this weekend, starring Octavia Spencer and Sam Worthington.

Pastors’ views on social issues? Americans not interested

Only 8 percent of adults say they are interested in hearing pastors’ views on issues such as same-sex marriage, LGBT rights, abortion, guns, tax policy, climate change, drug policy or religious freedom, according to the Barna Group’s State of Pastors study, released Thursday (Jan. 26).

Who’s praying at Trump’s inauguration? A mix of supporters, critics and firsts

They are the six clergy members President-elect Donald Trump has invited to offer prayers and Scripture readings at his swearing-in on Friday (Jan. 20) in Washington, D.C.

Sioux anti-pipeline action sustained by Native American spirituality

In the Sioux creation narrative, water was one of the first beings the Creator made, and it became a major part of the people’s religious ceremonies.

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