Today on Political Rewind: As part of our conversations with Georgia's thought leaders, host Bill Nigut speaks to former Presbyterian pastor and faith leader Rev. Dr. Joanna Adams.
A new survey from the Public Religion Research Institute and the Interfaith Youth Core shows most Americans believe too many people are using religious beliefs as a reason to not get vaccinated.
There’s plenty of data of the scientific nature describing how vaccines for COVID-19 save lives. But for many, science is not the first place they turn to when making decisions about whether or not to be vaccinated. They are looking for the place where God is present in the numbers.
People leaned into their faith communities over the past year to help them through the COVID-19 crisis, Sacramento faith leaders say. National polling suggests that experience is widespread.
Thursday on Political Rewind: It’s the last day of 2020 — and have we ever longed more for a year to come to an end? 2020 has been a year of collective anxieties, griefs, and solitary sojourns. Some of us have lost people who are dear to us, or jobs, or the beautiful connections to those we love.
Today, we speak to some of Georgia’s best-known and most inspiring faith leaders about what the year has meant to them and how they’ve found hope in difficult times.
Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee have looked for ways to challenge Barrett's conservative views without alienating her Catholic supporters.
For almost a decade, a group of women from around Macon of various faiths, Judaism, Islam and Christianity, have been meeting in an effort to push back...