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Kathryn Post – Religion News Services
Businesses have traditionally tried to keep religion out of the workplace. But as businesses try to recruit exceptional candidates, they’re finding that being open about religious diversity is a positive.
Bobby Ross Jr. – Religion Unplugged
More coverage of the AP Style Guide’s emphasis to avoid the word cult, and what its impact on religion reporters will be.
Kevin Christopher Robles – America Magazine
The popular video game series “Uncharted” has a prominent religious through-line. But when the video game was adapted to the big screen, its religious elements went missing. Robles looks at what was lost.
Primary General Presidency – Church News
The Primary General Presidency announced that one counselor in ward primary presidencies will be responsible for helping prepare children for baptism, the other to prepare children for the temple.
Rachel Rueckert – The Independent
The cultural depictions of Latter-day Saints and our world are often limited and frankly inaccurate, and too often we feel obliged to laugh along to be in on the joke. While Rueckert poses some odd ideas (atheist Mormons?), she does a good job of celebrating the diversity of Latter-day Saints.