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  • It pays more to be a rabbi than a priest or minister

     
    A survey by the Jewish Daily Forward found that rabbis are generally paid far more than their non-Jewish counterparts, which the online publication attributes to congregation size and the social status of spiritual leaders. According to the survey,...
  • Empty Pews on Sunday nights

     
    Religion News Service reporter Matt Vande Bunte writes about the disappearance of evening Sunday services, once a staple of evangelical churches. Grand Rapids, Michigan – Doug De Vries describes Sunday evening worship as “a lot less formal&#...
  • James Davison Hunter to speak at Reformed Seminary on Nov. 3

     
    Dr. James Davison Hunter, distinguished professor of religion, culture, and social theory at the University of Virginia, will speak at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando on Wednesday, Nov. 3 about his new book To Change the World: The Irony,...
  • Theater review: ‘The Sunset Limited’ at Theatre Theater

     
    A couple of guys in a dingy room talking about the meaning of existence might not sound like the stuff of edge-of-your-seat drama, but leave it to Cormac McCarthy (“The Road,” “No Country for Old Men”) to invest a faith-versus-reason......
  • Federal bankruptcy officials question Crystal Cathedral compensation [Updated]

     
    Crystal Cathedral, the Orange County megachurch that filed for bankruptcy last month, allowed its chief financial officer to largely avoid federal income taxes by paying the bulk of his salary in the form of a housing allowance. [Updated at 7:12......
  • From the archives: South Africa Blacks, Students Protest on Eve of Vote

    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- Police using whips and dogs broke up a protest march Tuesday in the sleepy white college town of Stellenbosch, and hundreds of thousands of voteless blacks nationwide began a two-day strike on the eve of elections that will...