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Thursday, October 29, 2020

Man shouting ‘Allahu akbar’ kills three at French church

Gay couples race to wed over fears for future of same-sex marriage
NBC News

Trump claimed support of the Amish on Monday. But can he get that support to translate into votes? *

Kamala Harris talks about her own faith and how it might influence a Biden-Harris White House
Religion News Service

Jerry Falwell Jr. is suing Liberty University after his forced resignation over sex scandal
NBC News

Pompeo, in Indonesia, renews China attacks as U.S. vote looms
The Associated Press

Black lives matter, LDS leader Dallin Oaks tells BYU audience, and is a cause all should support
The Salt Lake Tribune *

Hillsong Church announces an Atlanta location and its first African American lead pastors
Religion News Service

Taco trucks and voter guides boost political profiles of faith communities at the margins
Religion News Service

International headlines

Man shouting ‘Allahu akbar’ kills three at French church, terrorism investigation opened
The Washington Post *

Saudi man arrested after stabbing guard at French Consulate
The Associated Press

Corbyn suspended over Labour anti-Semitism report
BBC News

Polish president takes step back on abortion amid protests
The Associated Press

U.S. official says UN has ‘lack of curiosity’ on Xinjiang
The Associated Press

Pakistan’s top Islamic body approves construction of Hindu temple
Al Jazeera 

Analysis and commentary

‘Religious equality’ is transforming American law
The Atlantic *

For a growing number of evangelical Christians, Trump is no longer the lesser of two evils
The Conversation

Meet the evangelicals who won't vote for Trump, Biden or anybody at all
Christianity Today *

When pastors go into politics: Who are the religious leaders running for Congress?
Deseret News

Meet the 11 Jewish Democrats vying in 2020 to join Congress for the first time
Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Case preview: Court will tackle dispute involving religious foster-care agency, LGBTQ rights

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