Tag Archives: Gender & Sexuality

Which warrior women does your faith feature?

The Pentagon announced Thursday (Jan. 24) that women can serve in combat positions. But take a look through history — and religious traditions — and you'll see that female fighters are nothing new.

When news of the Pentagon's plan made it the mainstream on Wednesday (Jan. 23), Christianity Today took a brief look at warrior women of the Bible.

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‘Us and Them’: When will we bridge the divide?

Tuesday (Jan. 15) was the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. King, more than any other person in my lifetime, has challenged our nation to break down the walls between “us” and “them.”
His work was focused on the racial divide between blacks and whites often labeled the Civil Rights Movement.

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National Cathedral to marry gay couples

From the Dept. of Significant But Not Surprising, Washington National Cathedral announced it will allow gay and lesbian weddings inside the storied church that has been the site of presidential funerals, inaugural prayer services and other services to mark national milestones.

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CNN’s Piers Morgan suggests amending the Bible over gay rights

While speaking with Saddleback Church Pastor Rick Warren on CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight" on Christmas Eve, host Piers Morgan suggested amending the Bible to fit his liberal worldview on gay rights and same-sex marriage.

Newsbusters' Randy Hall said that Morgan referenced a passage "that states adultery is punishable by being stoned to death."

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