The Texas State Board of Education has instructed publishers to curtail positive coverage of Islam and include more favorable treatment of Christianity in future world-history textbooks.
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A statue highlighting an upcoming dialogue between the world’s two predominant civilizations, Confucianism and Christianity, is to be erected in the birthplace of China’s great philosopher, Confucius, as a monument to the Chinese people’ s growing initiatives in the new century to engage with overseas civilizations.
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As any high school student knows, Christianity and science have sniped at each other for 500 years,
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Roman Catholic and Orthodox theologians reported promising progress Friday in talks on overcoming their Great Schism of 1054 and bringing the two largest denominations in Christianity back to full communion.
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Catholic, Orthodox report promising progress on unity
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Children are being taught to like Islam and hate Christianity, according to elected officials in Texas, who say they’re hellbent on stopping it. And what these 14 people decide could influence textbooks for the entire nation.
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The Texas State Board of Education is under fire for considering a resolution that would deem existing textbooks as too pro-Islam, and unfairly biased against Christianity. Islam – Christianity – Board of education – United States – Education
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Texas Textbooks: Pro-Islam and Anti-Christian?
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About 200 people packed a forum at Furman University for peaceful discussion of Christianity and Islam.
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Christians, Muslims Discuss ‘Family Feud’
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Unlike Christianity that has a clear image of European origin and dominance, Islam is remarkable for the absence of racism or association with a particular ethnic group. While many view as Islam and Arab interchangeably, the vast number of Muslims are non Arabs, and not all Arabs are Muslims. By M. Bakri Musa
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Malaysia in the Era of Globalization #33
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What is mainstream Christianity?
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LOUISVILLE, Ky., Sept. 22 (UPI) — The president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky., says yoga is “at odds with Christian understanding.” Southern Baptist Theological Seminary – Christian – Southern Baptist Convention – Christianity – Religion and Spirituality
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Baptist leader: Yoga, Christianity at odds