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If you’re a religious leader, you can give a sermon about climate and run a collection drive to support one of the groups above.
Right now, voters with no religious affiliation look like they might back Biden in record numbers.
During that meeting, McCoy called for another meeting with religious leaders, and agreed to talk more about the particular needs in their communities.
There are few things in India that enjoy religious and cultural sanctions as much as the use of cannabis does.
Now the fringe religious group Israelites of the New Universal Pact, mostly unknown outside Peru, holds 15 seats in a fractured national legislature after 2019’s elections, making it the country’s third largest party.
They drew support from religious and civil rights groups, and moved Jahi to New Jersey, which allows religious objections to the diagnosis.
I also listen to the Slate Political Gabfest with John Dickerson, Emily Bazelon, and David Plotz, with religious consistency—love that trio.
According to her religious community’s standards, it is shameful to dress immodestly.
He repudiates same-sex marriage and upholds exclusion of LGBT people as an exercise of “religious liberty.”
On the thirteenth of the same month they bound to the stake, in order to burn alive, a man who had two religious in his house.

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