c. 2010 Salt Lake Tribune
SALT LAKE CITY (RNS) Ken Guthrie and his partner will be at his aunt's
house for Thanksgiving, sharing a table with his grandmother, siblings
and cousins -- a veritable holiday crowd.
But when it comes time to express thanks, Guthrie, a board member of
Salt Lake City Pagan Pride, will not be speaking to the Christian God
his relatives might address.
SALT LAKE CITY (RNS) For a man who evangelized foreign leaders and
taught Sunday school while U.S. president, Jimmy Carter has some strong
words for what he sees as an "excessive melding of religion and
And it began, he said, with the denomination he called home for more
than seven decades: the Southern Baptist Convention.
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