It is true that many religious traditions, including Judaism and Christianity, have seen natural disasters as divine punishment. But, as a scholar of religion, I would argue that things aren’t that simple.
After questioning the president's "moral authority" in his response to the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Sen. Scott thinks Trump may now understand how he could have handled the episode differently.
Trump defended negotiations with Democrats on immigration, as many of his prominent supporters denounced the idea of a deal to legalize the status of hundreds of thousands of young immigrants in the U.S. illegally.
Many people argue that the removal of Confederate monuments will "erase" both history and beauty from the public square, but Christians must consider the statues' ethical value before defending them.
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Hill talks confronting how whiteness shapes how he views the world and calls on other White Christians to embark on their own racial and cultural journey.
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Until recently, factual, objective reporting has been the mantra of modern journalism. But is objectivity a relevant concept in the era of fake news?
A 19-year-old Chicago woman was found dead inside a walk-in freezer at a suburban hotel Sunday morning, about a day after she had gone missing from a party.
The Dominican tradition of straight hair has it roots in colonial rule under Spain; it eventually became a way to imitate the higher classes and to separate themselves from their Haitian neighbors.