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Visitors take in a permanent sunset in the old Jerusalem exhibit at the Museum of the Bible which opens to the public today on November, 18, 2017 in Washington, DC.

An Oxford professor is accused of stealing and selling ancient Bible fragments to the crafting company Hobby Lobby

Oxford professor Dirk Obbink is accused of stealing ancient Bible fragments and selling them to the Green Family, who own craft company Hobby Lobby
Jerry Falwell Jr.

Embattled Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. has called on the FBI to look into an ‘attempted coup’ at the school

The Liberty Univerity president has been accused of cutting deals that benefited him and his family and of instilling a culture of fear at the school.

A viral video shows the owner of an event hall in Mississippi declining to host an interracial wedding because of her ‘Christian belief’

The event hall faced significant backlash on social media, and the owner issued an apology on the business's now-deleted Facebook page.

White evangelicals are calling out Trump for his use of profanity

White evangelicals, some of President Trump's most reliable supporters, are upset over his use of profanity while giving speeches.
Men pray in the Eyup Cultural Center mosque which has a large number of Uzbek and Turkish worshippers from the Brighton Beach section of Brooklyn on November 3, 2017, in New York City.

Here’s how much money everyone who works in America’s houses of worship make every year

A minister isn't the only one getting paid for their job. Here's what other workers at religious organizations earn.
Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Jailing Muslims, burning Bibles, and forcing monks to wave the national flag: How Xi Jinping is attacking religion in China

The officially atheist Chinese Communist Party disapproves of all kinds of grassroots organizations as they are seen to undermine its grip on power.

4 in 10 Singaporeans get upset by neighbours burning incense and joss sticks: IPS survey

The report also found that most Singaporeans still engaged in racial stereotyping, and preferred Chinese or Eurasian spouses in an interracial marriage.

Christian leaders are warning of ‘Christian nationalism,” which they say ‘provides cover for white supremacy and racial subjugation&...

Christian leaders argue that Christian and American identities must remain separate, to not jeopardize both US democracy and their Christian faith.
US currency still has "In God we trust" printed on it.

A new law requires public schools in South Dakota to write ‘In God We Trust’ in large type and display the message in ‘prominentR...

The same bill has also been passed in 10 other states in 2019. Those who oppose the law says it goes against the First Amendment.
Rev. Patrick Conroy.

Things have gotten so bad in Congress that a priest prayed to ‘cast out all spirits of darkness’ on the House floor

After a long and contentious week on Capitol Hill, the House chaplain prayed to "cast out all spirits of darkness" on the House floor.