November 2, 2015
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

St. Louis Police Investigate Possible Racial Motive in Church Fires

The churches are within five miles of each other.

Evangelicals and Muslims Commit to Oppose Religious Bigotry

Commit pledge comes as some Pastors call Islam evil.

Many Conservative Rabbis Open to Officiating at Intermarriage

A new study show an opening to inter-faith marriages.

Catholic Leaders Unveil Climate Action Plan

A new statement appeals to world politicians.

This Week's Special Features

To Be Scared of Witches, or to Focus on the Light

News commentary: Christians should view Halloween as an opportunity to share Jesus.

Why Playboy’s Decline May Not Be Good News

News commentary: The magazine’s troubles turn out to be a surprising barometer of how far human beings have actually fallen.

Adventist Organizations Deserve Legal Right to Hire Only Adventists

Commentary: Faith-based hiring rights are indispensable to the mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, says James Standish.

Adventist Education Can Learn a Lesson From Sabbath School

Commentary: Lisa Beardsley-Hardy, the Adventist church's education director, is concerned about high tuition costs and the ratios of Adventist students and teachers.

The 2015 Week of Prayer Readings

This year's theme is "Living in Anticipation: Revival and the Second Coming." The entire issue is free and open to the public.

The Ruth Factor: Faithful Action, Fortuitous Outcome

Transformation Tips: Delbert W. Baker reminds us that every act done diligently and faithfully has signicant, lasting value.

It Is Written

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