Religion in the News: October 6, 2017

 

This week’s Religion in the News stories emphasize not only the diversity of religious experiences, positions, and practices, but also address how religious individuals, and institutions, are reacting to modern technology, communication, travel, and social issues:

On this kenyan Commute, the train becomes a church (RNS)
HASIDIC JEWS, AMISH, WRESTLE WITH TECH (ISR Baylor REligion Watch)
CATHOLIC CHURCH DIVESTS FROM FOSSIL FUELS (the Guardian)
ISLAMBERG, U.S. Frustrated by ‘terrorist’ label (Associated press)
MORMONS DOUBLE DOWN on opposition to same-sex marriage (RNS)

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