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Communication, Christianity, and Climate Change

Virtual event via Zoom

Despite the scientifically established threats of climate change, there remains a segment of the U.S. population that is skeptical of the scientific consensus on climate change. Many scholars view the Christian community and its ties to conservative ideologies, as an obstacle to environmental action. Rather than thinking of Christians or climate skeptics as single unified …

Interfaith Advocacy Day 2023 (Zoom Info)

Virtual event via Zoom

FAITH ACTION NETWORK’s Interfaith Advocacy Day brings the voices of compassion and justice to our elected leaders. Meeting with your legislators and their staff on this day is putting your faith into action! On Interfaith Advocacy Day, you will be able to: ​Don’t miss this important day in Olympia! As of this year, we are limited to 250 participants …

Racial Reparations: Faith Communities and Political Action

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In their infamous booklet "Southern Slavery as It Was," Doug Wilson of Moscow Idaho, and Steve Wilkins wrote: “There has never been a multi-racial society which has existed with such mutual intimacy and harmony in the history of the world.” The clear implication of this statement (yet to be retracted) is that Americans owe nothing to the descendants of these happy plantation workers.

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Muslim religion views on casinos business

Muslim religion views on casinos business Sponsored Content The Islamic religion has strict views on gambling and the casino business. This is due to the belief that gambling is a form of misconduct and can lead to financial and moral harm. In Islam, gambling is considered to be a major …

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What’s Love Got to Do with It?

It’s that time of year — the “love” holiday is just around the corner — Valentine’s Day. I’ve never been a fan of this made-up excuse to entice (pressure?) people (mostly men) to spend silly amounts of money on silly things to prove just how loved their partner is. There are saccharine words and images on cards, pounds of candy, overpriced, crowded and understaffed restaurants selling a night of romance and ostentatious displays of flowers, worst of all, delivered to the partner’s place of work.

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Keeping Democracy Alive with New Journalism

Recently, the Moscow-Pullman Daily News and the Lewiston Tribune announced there would be a sharing system in place for certain stories – especially from the Idaho Legislature – with the Idaho Press at Nampa to get information to many people in a rapid and cost-effective way. While this may be news to some subscribers, those of us who follow the industry know this is an emerging trend that has some positive benefits.

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