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Bill Keller and Ross Douthat's point-counterpoint on religion in public life provides critical lessons for journalists.
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If the two most important authorities in Islam, the Quran and the Hadith, do not curb religious freedom, what is the source of the restrictions that exist in the modern Muslim world?
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The Media Project sat down recently for an extended interview with one of the United States' leading experts on the issue of international religious freedom.
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Secular arguments for religious freedom do not protect the right to believe so much as they protect the right not to believe.
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Journalists cannot allow themselves to get caught in cultural traps that obscure the nature and facts of the story, especially when the story concerns a person of means and position.
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As Christians committed to the neutral, public role of journalism, it is necessary to draw on a deeper source of understanding to develop our notion of vocation and ethical approach.
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La semana pasada Fernando Karadima fue careado con los cuatro profesionales que lo acusan de abusos sexuales.
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Free travel, lodging and tuition is being offered to reporters to attend the Covering Islam in the Bible Belt seminar in Nashville, put on by the MTSU School of Journalism.
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Until the "Ground Zero Mosque" debates last year, progressive Muslims in Britain, and by extension Europe, had real hope in America.
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Since the missionary era of the early nineteenth century, African media have gradually condemned traditional religions as belonging to the realm of the devil.
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