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The New York Times' article on the religious roots of IS shows the paper at its professional best – well written, solid and balanced sourcing, strong historical context and intelligent argument.
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Journalists, scholars, theologians and civic activists gathered in Kiev to assess Ukraine's current crisis, and to determine how the church and media can facilitate a peaceful future.
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Now that a German ethics panel has recommended scrapping the country's incest laws, those seeking Eros may look in a place religion and culture once considered detestable.
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India’s minister for women and child development, Maneka Gandhi, has grasped the third rail of Indian politics, launching a sectarian attack on Muslims and Christians for their treatment of cows.
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In possibly the worst religion story of the year so far, the Sydney Morning News treatment of the Anglican Dean of Sydney falls far short of the standards expected from a quality newspaper.
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The BBC asks whether Rastafarian beliefs in the divinity of a human king survive an encounter with their Ethiopian "Zion." Yet the absence of Ethiopian religious voices robs the story of context.
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The Media Project is currently hosting 15 international journalists for our third annual seminar in coaching and leadership skills under the direction of Poynter's Jill Geisler.
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Timing is everything in acting and in journalism. In terms of the news cycle, the RNS story on Anglican/Episcopal views of homosexuality - using data from 2007 - might as well be from 1967.
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Sometime -- was it this summer when I was away? -- homosexual acts lost their sinful character for the Roman Catholic Church, or so this Folha de São Paulo story claims.
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While media fixate on yet another clash between Israel and Palestine, a very different story has flown under the radar this summer: Israel has just banned fluoride from its water supply.
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