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Top News: Religion

'It's not Kosher.' says condemned inmate about his prison food

A Connecticut inmate awaiting execution for his part in the home invasion and murder of a mother and her two daughters in 2007 has filed a complaint with the judicial system again. This time, he says his food is not guaranteed to be strictly Kosher.

Catholic flock thinning in Latin America

Washington - Although Argentine-born Pope Francis is largely popular in Latin America, the number of adults in the region who describe themselves as Catholic is falling, says a study published Thursday.

Maryland school district removes religious holiday names

Rockville - Maryland's largest school district voted on Tuesday to strip the names of religious holidays from next year's academic calendar after Muslims requested equal recognition with Christians and Jews.

Op-Ed: The curious case of 'Emily', a progressive religion apologist

I recently met a woman, let's call her Emily. Emily is a brilliant, vibrant, fascinating, compassionate and progressive young woman who, despite her forward-thinking ways, surprised me by revealing herself as a religion apologist.

Church discloses Mormon founder Joseph Smith had 40 wives

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, the Mormon Church, surprised many of their members and the public last month. In an essay posted on the LDS website, the Church officially acknowledged that founder Joseph Smith was a polygamist.

Op-Ed: Jesus married with 2 sons, new gospel? Hoax, more likely

You’d look twice if you saw this on an online dating site: “Son of God, two kids, looking for caring lady broad minded about in-laws…” You’d also assume it was a hoax. That’s exactly what the latest “discovery” of a new gospel looks like.

Op-Ed: Thank God B.C. Law Society voted no to Trinity Western covenant

Last week the B.C. Law Society voted overwhelmingly - 74 percent in favor - to deny accreditation to graduates of the faith-based Trinity Western law school in Langley. And, it must be said, thank God for that.
 

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