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Why the Future of The World’s Largest Religion is Female And African

Gina Zurlo – Religion Unplugged

Religion Unplugged looks at the demographic reasons why the near-term future of religion resides in the women of sub-Saharan Africa, and the significant impacts they’ve made to the world of faith.

No need to be wordy with God, simple prayers are great, too

RJ Jacobs, SJ – The Jesuit Post

Jesuit student, RJ Jacobs, reflects on the simple and meaningful prayers he heard while helping out for Ash Wednesday in the hospital where he volunteers.

Updates in the bible of journalism style

Terry Mattingly – Get Religion

How we understand faith is downstream from how it is described, especially by the journalists we read. The leading light of religion journalism criticism, Terry Mattingly, looks at how the newest changes to the AP style guide may affect our discourse.

Orthodox Geopolitics and American National Security

Dan Harre – Providence

The religious elements undergirding the Russia-Ukraine conflict are deep and complicated. Dan Harre does an excellent job of explaining them with clarity.

The Nixon White House plotted to assassinate a Latter-day Saint journalist 50 years ago

Mark Feldstein – Washington Post

One of the most sobering incidents in recent political history, the Washington Post recounts how President Nixon saught to kill Jack Anderson, one of the leading investigative journalists at the time, and faithful Latter-day Saint.



About the author

C.D. Cunningham

C.D. Cunningham is the managing editor of Public Square magazine. After graduating from BYU-Idaho, he studied religion at Harvard University Extension. He serves on the board of the Latter-day Saint Publishing and Media Association.
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