Read this August 30, 2005, article by Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky.
Read this column by Terry Mattingly published on September 1, 2005, on GetReligion.org.
Read this September 2005 Beliefnet.com article detailing apocalyptic theories about what Hurricane Katrina could have meant for society.
The Pluralism Project at Harvard University offers a state-by-state search engine for religious communities.
Harvard University’s Pluralism Project maintains an archive of newspaper and magazine articles published between 1997 and 2011 on different faiths. For recent articles, visit the Religious Diversity News Feed service.
$600, $300 and $150 awards. Submit three religion stories published during the academic year (summer thru spring) in campus newspapers and magazines or in general circulation newspapers during a student internship. Stories may be print or online and may include the main text, related sidebars (one per story) and infographics. No photos or audio. Awards […]
RNA invites active members to apply for scholarships to attend RNA’s Annual Conference. Stipends of up to $1,000 per person will be awarded for registration, hotel and travel fees to attend. All active RNA members who have not received more than two conference scholarships are eligible. Priority will be given to active members who have […]
Top religion reporters and leading religion scholars meet for the only conference of its kind, the largest and oldest training event for journalists reporting on religion anywhere in the world. Scholarships are available. RNA members and non-members are welcome.
Free first-year membership in Religion Newswriters Association for international journalists outside North America.
RNA welcomes all journalists as members, whether religion is all or part of their jobs. RNA offers international journalists who join RNA: Free first-year association membership for any international journalist outside North America joining for the first time. Our membership base is geographically diverse and ranges from Brazil to Nigeria to Japan. Eligibility for travel […]