Religious leaders have called for peace. Some wish they were calling for a new vote.
Globally, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community includes 10 to 20 million people with a message of “love for all, hatred for none.”
“She appears to be a person, in the words of Shakespeare’s King Lear, ‘more sinned against than sinning,’” the Supreme Court wrote in its ruling.
Keating was also known for his engagement in interreligious dialogue.
Boase, who is English, mistakenly voted once after a driver’s licensing employee offered him a registration form.
“My leadership style is inclusive,” said Green, a lifelong Lutheran.
“I’ve loved being a pastor, almost every minute of it,” Peterson once told the Century.
The Moral Mondays and Poor People’s Campaign leader looks at public policy through the lens of moral values.
In 15 years at the Lilly Endowment, he went beyond merely giving grants, fostering study of core issues in American religious life.
The Congolese Christian surgeon and Yazidi activist have seen each of their homelands devastated by violence.
The Salvadoran archbishop and Vatican II–era pope were among the most prominent and controversial figures of the Catholic Church in the 20th century.
The Egyptian bishop was influential locally and globally.
Anna Shammas and Rami Ziadeh are founders and pastors of an Arabic-speaking United Methodist congregation that reaches out to other migrants—and to the German-speakers in the church.
O’Day was known for her integrity in biblical interpretation.
Fresno Pacific University announced it was taking Brensinger and Boyd out of their respective roles. The cause—and any connection between the two actions—is unclear.