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The American press corps is ignorant of religious faith and sees it as bizarre and irrelevant to public life, said former Senator Rick Santorum in a speech.
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China cannot create a politically modern and truly free society without Christianity, said Chinese journalist Promise Hsu to a gathering of journalists in Washington, D.C.
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Religion and politics have been mixed together in Indian society for so long it’s senseless to talk about them separately today, said Indian journalist Vishal Arora in a presentation.
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The transnational mainstream media no longer serve the interests of democracy and instead protect an unjust status quo, said South African journalist Elna Boesak in her impassioned presentation.
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This page provides a summary of The Media Project's "Politics & Religion" workshop in Washington, D.C.
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As people of faith, citizens have a call and duty to make peace, to rebuild what is broken and to lift up the fallen, U.S. President Barack Obama said at the annual National Prayer Breakfast.
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Joe Thloloe, South Africa’s national press ombudsman, sounded a contrarian note in his speech to The Media Project's “Media & Religion” conference.
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In its efforts to impose Islamic Shari'a law, Sudan's attacks against its southern Christian (and animist) groups have killed two million people and displaced four million others.
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