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The wolf you feed: The fight against white Christian nationalism

Understanding the threat of white Christian nationalism. Explore the implications and dangers of this growing trend in American politics.

Facebook Post Misleads: Reading Bible in School Does Not Prevent Prison Sentences

The author critiques a Facebook post suggesting that allowing Bible reading in public schools could prevent imprisonment. She argues against this oversimplified view, highlighting issues such as religious diversity among students and the dangers of promoting one religious text over others. She also distinguishes between adult prisoners and schoolchildren, dismissing the analogy as flawed.

In Divisive Decision City Council Denounces Mayor for Attendance at ‘Let Us Worship’ Event

The Spokane City Council voted 4-3 Monday night in favor of denouncing Mayor Nadine Woodward for her appearance onstage with Matt Shea and Sean Feucht at the controversial “Let Us Worship” event she attended just over a month ago.

Atheist and Agnostic Fired for not Attending Company Prayers Win $50K in Suit

A North Carolina home repair company that advertises as “Grandmother Approved” has agreed to pay $50,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by two employees who were fired for refusing to participate in daily Christian prayers.

Religious Persecution Explained in New Report about Countries with Worst Religious Freedoms

Religious freedom is priceless to Fereshteh Momeni. An Iranian Baha’i now living in Medical Lake, she lived through the Iranian revolution in 1979 and her country’s transition into the Islamic Republic of Iran. This is why she appreciates the information in the 2023 U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) report that identifies countries with the worst religious freedoms.

Religious Liberty For All: Inaugural Interfaith Event in Spokane Addresses Freedom, Tolerance

Different faith communities came together on Tuesday to promote religious freedom and tolerance at an inaugural interfaith event organized by leaders of the Church of Jesus of Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) and two Salvation Army volunteers.

Two US Congressional Bills Condemn Baha’i State-Sponsored Persecution in Iran

State-sponsored persecution of Baha'is in Iran inspire two new bills in Congress.

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