Roundup: Nuclear weapons, American inequality, faith in conflict, Syria, Leviticus video game

Roundup: Nuclear weapons, American inequality, faith in conflict, Syria, Leviticus video game

Humanitarian concern over nuclear weapons

In an unprecedented show of global public concern that included strong religious voices, 500 civil society representatives and 132 governments met from March 2 to 5  in Oslo, Norway, to address the humanitarian effects of nuclear weapons.

Americans unaware of real levels of inequality

This week’s viral video is a must-see. The six-minute “Wealth Inequality in America,” released Friday, presents the shocking, true size of the wealth gap in the country.

‘Marker for the future of the church’

Faith in Conflict gathering strengthens churches’ reconciliation commitment.

Number of Syrian refugees hits 1 million, UN says

The relentless exodus of Syrians fleeing two years of increasingly violent conflict pushed the number of refugees in neighboring countries past the million mark on Wednesday, the United Nations Refugee Agency said, warning that resources for helping them are dangerously thin.

Leviticus, the video game

A new iPhone game turns the Bible’s most detailed book into fast-paced, educational entertainment.

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