Schlagwort-Archive: Religion

America’s Sacred Politics

Jan 9, 2020 Ian Buruma, Project Syndicate Ian Buruma is the author of numerous books, including Murder in Amsterdam: The Death of Theo Van Gogh and the Limits of Tolerance, Year Zero: A History of 1945, and, most recently,  A Tokyo Romance: A … Weiterlesen

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Unappetitlich!

Date: 14-02-2017 Source: The New York Times Subject: For Religious Conservatives, Success and Access at the Trump White House Over the last year, Trump and the Christian right have strengthened a mutually beneficial arrangement that is already nudging government in a … Weiterlesen

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Why women are more religious than men

Date: 13-04-2016 Source: The Economist WOMEN are in general more likely to believe in and practice a religion than men are. The difference is not vast if you aggregate all creeds and countries (83.4% of women identify with a faith … Weiterlesen

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Germany, Britain and religion

Date: 07-01-2016 Source: The Economist German politicians are both more and less religious than British ones ANGELA MERKEL, who grew up in communist East Germany as the daughter of a Lutheran pastor, is a „serious Christian“ whose faith is mostly … Weiterlesen

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Religion and altruism: Matthew 22:39

Date: 05-11-2015 Source: The Economist Far from bolstering generosity, a religious upbringing diminishes it AN ARGUMENT often advanced for the encouragement of religion is that, to paraphrase St Matthew’s report of Jesus’s words, it leads people to love their neighbours … Weiterlesen

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