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Over the last 18 months, a Japanese evangelist and former martial arts champion has carried a cross while trekking from Santa Monica, California, to New York City.
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The John McCandlish Phillips Journalism Institute at The King’s College welcomes The Media Project in a new long-term collaboration for training and professional development of TMP's global network.
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Authorities are investigating a fire at an African-American church in South Carolina that 20 years ago was burned down by the white-supremacist Ku Klux Klan.
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Cowardice, political correctness, social constraints -- what is behind the phenomena of self-censorship in the media these days?
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Two months before Reverend Clementa Pinckney was gunned down during a Bible study, he stood before state lawmakers blending his faith and politics, urging them to pass a law to protect his community.
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Dispensing with the “wrong side of history,” the Birmingham News forgoes traditional standards of journalism in covering the gay-marriage debates in an Episcopal diocese in Alabama.
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Two of The Media Project's key leaders talk faith and journalism with author and speaker Eric Metaxas.
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Breitbart has expanded its religion reporting recently, but with some missteps. This faulty story on an Episcopal bishop accused of a fatal hit-and-run collision is not up to its usual standard.
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The Media Project is now accepting applications for our premier training program for newsroom leaders from across the globe.
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The Jerusalem Post story is a well crafted piece that shows how one writes a story when one side will not play ball, you have limited information, and are working with space and deadline constraints.
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