Roundup: Anti-racism, Occupy, Tibet, digital religion, climate change, population and food, megachurches
Race Discrimination Commissioner, Dr Helen Szoke has said that the new National Anti-Racism Partnership Strategy will reach out to the entire Australian community.
Eight national Christian organisations have signed a statement declaring their support for the ‘Occupy London’ protests.
Why are Tibetan youth dousing themselves in kerosene and setting themselves alight in such large numbers?
The era of digital religion is only now poised to begin in earnest, ushered in by technological advancements—the widespread adoption of tablets and smartphones—and by religious leaders eager to harness the power of that technology to inspire and instruct their flocks.
Member churches of the World Council of Churches in Canada join hands with faith leaders, politicians and civil society actors to stress a “moral responsibility to address global warming”, which they call “a spiritual crisis”.
Growing numbers of leaders from across the religious spectrum have been supporting Occupy Wall Street’s protest against greed and economic inequity.
One of the most profound questions now facing humanity is whether food production will be able to keep pace with projected population growth.
What does the average US megachurch look like?
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