Are Weather Events Natural Calamities, Environmental Disasters, Trials, Torments or the Wrath of God?
I have always believed that weather is unpredictable. We can make our forecasts, but we never know for sure.Read More »
People from diverse religious backgrounds in the United States view curiosity about religion as morally virtuous, according to a new study published this month.Read More »
This week's roundup includes Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward being denounced by the City Council for attending a controversial worship event, Yom Kippur and Sukkot, We Believe We Vote Ministries fundraiser and YWCA's Women of Achievement Awards.Read More »
Spokane is a sizable city, but we’re insular. We’re often referred to as the largest city between Minneapolis and Seattle, but dominated as we are by majority culture, it can be difficult for us to see our connection to the multi-ethnic world.Read More »
All Our Relations Snake River campaign will make its fifth out of six stops in Lewiston, Idaho, on Sept. 29 and 30 at Hells Gate State Park (5100 Hells Gate Rd.).Read More »
“Totem” plus “pole” was first used by English traders in 1808 to describe what they were seeing along Alaska’s southeast coast.Read More »