August 21, 2019
  • 9:14 pm Alabama law reins in religious boot camps
  • 9:14 pm Religious Accommodation Policy Changes
  • 9:14 pm Racism, School Desegregation Laws and the Civil Rights Movement in the United States
  • 9:14 pm President Obama Participates in a Fireside Hangout on Google+
  • 9:14 pm The Terrifyingly Effective Nazi De-Bollocker
East London Mosque: Exploring Religion in London

Welcome to the East London Mosque. The East London Mosque sits in London’s East End, a very diverse borough, and is home to the largest Muslim community here in the UK. The East London Mosque Trust is 106 years old. A campaign began to build a purpose-built mosque; by 1985 a purpose-built mosque was opened […]

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Misconceptions about Religions – mental_floss on YouTube (Ep. 36)

Hi I’m Elliott. This is Mental Floss on YouTube. Today I’m going to talk about some misconceptions about various major religions. It’s gunna be a lot of fun. Misconception #1: Muslims are usually Arab. According to the Muslim Journal, there are around 1.2 billion Muslims and only 15% of them are Arab. In fact, there […]

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Religion and Homosexuality [CC]

And action! That’s right… behind me and above me is the original Twin Cities, Sodom and Gomorrah. Apparently, it was a pretty wicked place. How wicked? Well let’s just say that what happened in Gomorrah, stayed in Gomorrah. That is until God got wind of it, so he sent two angels to investigate. Now the […]

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ACLU and NYCLU Support Religious Freedom and Park51

Freedom of Religion is a fundamental American Right. Freedom of Religion is a fundamental American Right. Freedom of Religion is a fundamental American Right. Throughout our history Jews, Christians and Muslims have all been victims of prejudice and discrimination. Today voices of Intolerance are blaming all Muslims, for terrorist attacks carried out by a handful […]

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What Distinguishes a Cult from a Religion?

Hey there, welcome to our channel of…D-D-Death Death of a Notion. If we find anything wrong with the Notions that we examine, WE EXTERMINATE THEM!!! EAU!!! Today we will be asking ourselves the question: “What exactly distinguishes a cult from a religion?” Now, this question in and of itself may not have any bad Notion […]

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Should You Respect All Religions?

It is good and wonderful to respect ALL people and to genuinely care for them, but it is NOT good to respect others religion. If you know JESUS you KNOW He is the ONLY WAY He is the ONLY TRUTH, and if you start pretending to admire other people’s religion you will start to turn […]

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I’m Muslim, But I’m Not…

(soft guitar music) – I am Muslim, but I’m not angry. – I’m Muslim, but I’m not forced to wear a headscarf. – I’m Muslim, but I don’t wear the hijab. – I’m Muslim, but I’m not dangerous, unless we’re on the dance floor. – I’m Muslim, but I don’t care if you’re Shia, or […]

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Congressman Frank Wolf: Nigeria & International Religious Freedom

Ladies and gentlemen, good evening. I’m Robert Reilly, Director of the Westminster Institute and so delighted to have you here. As we begin every one of these sessions, asking you to please turn off the ringers on your cell phones, otherwise the ringtone will be immortalized on C-SPAN, which is broadcasting our presentation tonight live. […]

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The Essence of the World Religions East & West | Part 2 of 2 | The Beautiful Trail

Hello and welcome to part two of the Golden Thread of Wisdom which distills the essence of the world’s great spiritual traditions and highlights a core theme sitting at the heart of each one In part one we looked at the faiths stemming from Abraham, namely Judaism Christianity and Islam as well as the pagan […]

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Islam and the French: Religion and Laïcité in the Public Sphere (Panel 01)

Good morning, everyone. My name is Lewis Seifert, and I am the director of Brown University’s Center of Excellence. I’m very pleased to be able to welcome you to this conference, which is the center’s inaugural event. In 2015, the embassy of France invited Brown to join its network of Centers of Excellence, whose goals […]

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