Religious Diversity News
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Posted to Religious Diversity News on March 14, 2019
Last week a fire at Laughingbrook Spellcrafting & Ancestral Arts (LBSCAA) that was the result of faulty wiring and poor maintenance allegedly on the part the building’s owner and management has brought to light some religious intolerance within the Huntersville, North Carolina community.The fire started in the space of above the ceiling of LBSCAA and did little damage to the structure. Unfortunately, the contents of the store were affected by water damage when the fire was doused by firefighters.[court
Source: Fire reveals religious intolerance and community strength | The Wild Hunt
Posted to Religious Diversity News on February 18, 2019
(RNS) — Once a fringe spiritual practice, witchcraft has become a key, and increasingly popular, component of feminist political resistance.
Source: Witchcraft becomes a political stance — and a booming business – Religion News Service
Posted to Religious Diversity News on October 1, 2018
Shemini Atzeret—the Jewish holiday that comes at the end of Sukkot—is a time when Jews around the world say Tefilat HaGeshem, a prayer for rain. And the people who will gather to mark the holiday at Jewitch Camp outside San Francisco on the evening of Oct. 4 are no exception. But this gathering, described as […]
Source: In the Bay Area, Jewish Witches Gather To Observe Shemini Atzeret – Tablet Magazine
Posted to Religious Diversity News on November 24, 2015
Abbas became interested in religion while covering the Iranian Revolution. “I could see that the waves of passion [that were] raised by the Revolution were not going to stop at the borders,” he says.
Source: Photographer Abbas Chronicles ‘What People Do In The Name Of God’ : NPR
Posted to Religious Diversity News on November 4, 2015
Alex Mar’s new book overlooks the radical history of oppressed women.
Source: The Rise of the Hipster Witch | The New Republic
Posted to Religious Diversity News on September 3, 2015
In a unique event, religious groups in Germany’s capital opened their doors for one night, to highlight the city’s diversity and provide an insight into almost 100 faith groups. DW’s Kate Brady reports from Berlin.
Source: Berlin faith groups unite for ′Long Night of Religions′ | Germany | DW.COM | 30.08.2015