Recent surveys show that “the vast majority of Americans do not have negative opinions of their Jewish neighbors.”
The Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond opened in the wake of the Southern Baptist “conservative resurgence” launched in 1979.
In addition to the thousands who arrived with the caravan, people deported from the U.S. have been living in Tijuana—sometimes on the streets.
César Chávez once preached at the church, which supported Chicano civil rights organizers. But the church wants to do more than preserve its past.
The Berggruen Institute called her “one of the world’s leading public philosophers.”
Jones received the honor for his book The End of White Christian America.
The company gives Crimea as another disputed territory where it has removed listings. Critics pointed to other areas under occupation—such as northern Cyprus—where it has not.
All prisoners in the United States have religious rights, undocumented or not. But human rights groups and a government inspector report concerns at various ICE detention centers, such as the right to worship being denied or disrupted.
Jobe comes to the school a year after all three top leaders resigned amid tensions around the school’s theological standards, finances, and treatment of students of color.
At the heart of the debate is a question: Is American religion exceptional?