The word religion is a noun. Religion means (1) a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny, (2) institution to express belief in a divine power.
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Bedford/St. Martin's, established in 1981, is a college book publisher specializing in the humanities. This includes English, history, communication, philosophy, and religion. On the website, users can read about all of their publications, consult online sites that serve as adjuncts to many of the texts, and order books.
A private research and teaching University founded in 1869, BU has admitted students of both sexes, and every religion and race from the beginning. There are over 31,000 students enrolled at BU and a faculty of 3812.
The following articles provide recent religion-related news.
Haiti's voodoo leaders have trained priests of the Afro Caribbean religion to concoct a secret remedy for the novel coronavirus and to prepare the sacred initiation chambers of their temples to receive patients.
Reuters. Sunday, 24 May 2020 16:10:23 -0400.
Fox News Channel chief religion correspondent Lauren Green reports pastors and worship leaders are reaching out using technology with Instagram Live, YouTube, Facebook, and other platforms.
Caleb Parke. Fox News. Friday, 20 Mar 2020 19:02:09 GMT.
For pastors across Christian denominations, rising public anxiety over coronavirus only reinforces the importance of believing in God while heeding the advice of public health experts.
Voice of America. Thursday, 12 Mar 2020 11:40:18 -0400.
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