In today’s buzz, the world’s smallest Bible, plus the concentration of wealth and poverty in U.S. cities.
In today’s buzz, why American Christians are turning against gay conversion therapy and Republicans in Maine are pushing for their own “religious freedom” law.
In today’s buzz, American Baptist College president speaks out against homophobia and Pope Francis removes Minnesota priest who molested boys from priesthood.
In today’s buzz, prosecutors seek death penalty for man accused of killing three Muslims at UNC and AVA data shows three religious groups dominate most states.
In today’s buzz, Newsweek’s cover story on the Bible creates controversy and online searches for sexual content high in religious and conservative states.
In today’s buzz, minimum wage is up in five states, an infographic shows how well the demographics of Congress compares to the population overall, and an e-book reveals the most popular passage in the Bible.
In today’s buzz, Mississippi is serious about its Christianity, Evangelicals are hesitant about Republicans, and Hillary Clinton makes a scary Halloween costume.
In today’s buzz, seven types of non-believers, controversial anti-Muslim ads, and Hobby Lobby’s traveling Bible museum.
In today’s Buzz, a gay teacher is fired over her “non-traditional pregnancy,” the Boston Globe launches a new site for Catholic news, a movement aims to mandate paid sick leave, and a new map shows which counties prohibit any sort of happy hour.
Today’s Buzz covers the controversy at HGTV over the “Flip It Forward” brothers, Obamacare enrollees pay premiums, Hobby Lobby president’s Bible curriculum, how Baby Boomers’ retirement effects churches, and Monica Lewinsky in Vanity Fair.