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Yeshivas and secular education;race and faith; a church in Baltimore runs a boxing gym.
Turning to social media to grieve, sacredness of cows in Hinduism; and wearing the hijab.
Doctors and End-of-Life Discussions; Sweet Honey in the Rock; Istanbul’s Monuments
Faith & Gun Violence; Death with Dignity; Faith Groups and Corporate Social Responsibility
What will be among the most important religion stories to watch for in the New Year?
We review the top religion and ethics stories of the past year.
Christmas Music Tells the Story; Zaytuna College; Packing Meals for the Hungry
Religious Responses to Call for Muslim Ban; Peter Singer on Effective Altruism; Hanukkah
Ethics of Gene Editing; Supreme Court and Affirmative Action; Jim and Jill Kelly
Faith-Based Activism on Climate Change; Rebuilding Urban Neighborhoods
Religion’s Role in the Face of Muslim Extremism; A New Medellin; Ta’Nehisi Coates
China Environmental Ethics; Saint Kateri and Native American Catholics