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The UN Declaration of Human Rights and Christian Faith – Part 1

By David P. Gushee | December 10, 2018

The U.N. Declaration of Human Rights, adopted 70 years ago, is deeply consistent with the Christian faith. It dreams of the “advent of a world” of justice, freedom and peace.

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Catholic Conference Names Top Movies of 2000

By Clff Vaughn | February 20, 2001

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon was the best movie of 2000, according to America’s Catholic bishops. It topped a list of the year’s ten best films, ranked by the Office for Film and Broadcasting of the U.S. Catholic Conference (USCC). The office reviewed 240 movies last year, according to a February press release, and classified them […]

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White Supremacist David Duke Seeks Support in Russia

By Alex Smirnov | February 14, 2001

Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke is promoting his movement against Jews and non-Europeans in Russia, according to various news agencies. During several trips to Russia over the past year and a half, Duke targeted radical nationalist and religious groups in Moscow, which he calls “the whitest capital of all Europe.” The hardcover Russian […]

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Highlighting Cultural Diversity During Black History Month

By Sarah Griffith | February 14, 2001

Black History Month is a time to celebrate black history but also cultural history and ethnic diversity, said an Atlanta, Ga., pastor. “We do not emphasize black history but cultural history,” said Emmanuel McCall, pastor of Christian Fellowship Baptist Church in Atlanta, Ga., and vice-chair of BCE’s board of directors, about the church’s celebration of […]

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Black History Month: A Celebration of Historical Memory and Social Reformation

By Sarah Griffith | February 14, 2001

Black History Month gives churches opportunity to celebrate both historical memory and Christianity’s role in social reformation in the United States, said an Alabama history professor. “Religious groups ought to participate in and support historical memory, particularly when it revolves around issues of church and ethics,” said Wayne Flynt, professor of history at Auburn University […]

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Protestant Pastors Lukewarm to Bush’s Faith-Based Plan, Study Reveals

By Alex Smirnov | February 14, 2001

A nationwide study of Protestant church pastors shows they do not have strong feelings one way or another about increasing federal funding for faith-based charity and social service programs. The study, released Feb. 1 by Phoenix-based Ellison Research, ties its findings to President George W. Bush’s proposal to fund faith-based organizations in exchange for social […]

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