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Monday, May 15, 2023

Two global religious divides: geographic and generational

The religious landscape is undergoing massive change. It could decide the 2024 election.
Politico: One of the most significant shifts in American politics and religion just took place over the past decade and it barely got any notice: the share of Americans who associate with religion dropped by 11 points.
Two global religious divides: geographic and generational
Ipsos: Ipsos Global Advisor survey reveals changes in beliefs and attitudes toward religion among both high-income and emerging countries and across age groups.
Co-workers could bear costs of accommodating religious employees in the workplace if Supreme Court tosses out 46-year-old precedent
The Conversation: The Supreme Court may soon transform the role of faith in the workplace, which could have the effect of elevating the rights of religious workers at the expense of co-workers.
First Things: Defining religion in the court
Ex-Kings announcer injects religion into ‘All Lives Matter’ case
Yahoo! Sports: Former Sacramento Kings play-by-play announcer Grant Napear argues that he was illegally fired and discriminated against for tweeting “All Lives Matter” six days after the murder of George Floyd in 2020. He asserts his reference constituted an “expression of his sincerely held Christian religious belief.”
North Carolina clergy demonstrate against legislature’s new abortion limits
Religion News Service: Led by the Rev. William J. Barber II, a dozen Christian clergy stood in the hallway of the North Carolina General Assembly May 12 to denounce a bill approved earlier this month that bans abortion after 12 weeks of pregnancy, and to say, in effect, “not in my name.”

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