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Sunday News — Jerusalem

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Trump announces official recognition of Jerusalem as capitol of Israel. Plus other religion news from around the world.

8 things you need to know about current oppression of religion by the Chinese government

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A round-up of Chinese news and social media

Evidence of New Yorkers’ heart at The Bowery Mission

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“Everybody can be great,” said Martin Luther King, Jr., “because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.”

Thanksgiving SOJOURN on Eldridge Street God’s Row, Lower East Side, Manhattan

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We spent the day at houses of worship as they prepared for Thanksgiving

A spiritual revival in Puerto Rico is needed to bring the commonwealth back to health. OpEd

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Could preaching against corruption lead to revival of faith in Puerto Rico?

Religion and tourism join hands in New York, says National Geographic

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Hillsong services in Manhattan are increasingly attended by tourists, joining other iconic religious tourist stops such as gospel masses in Harlem, St. Patrick’s and St. John the Divine and walks through the neighborhoods of Orthodox Jews .

The new meaning of “White” New Yorker

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The very meaning of “White” in New York City is changing.

Puerto Ricans and other Bushwick Hispanics. A HINGE report

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The last great wave of Hispanics in Bushwick may be the kids, who make-up over 70% of the school age population.

Sixty percent of Manhattan’s evangelical churches have started since 1978 — Washington Times

Thumbnail : Sixty percent of Manhattan’s evangelical churches have started since 1978 — Washington Times

If you want to learn more about this evangelical renaissance in Manhattan, the first place to go is the incredible website, A Journey Through NYC Religions. And in particular, read their 12-part series “The Making of the Post-Secular City” —beginning with the first part: “The Manhattan Evangelicals.”

New York City without a church? Updated!

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Tony Carnes and Pauline Dolle imagine a city without churches, Tim Keller offers a “catechesis” for a secular age.

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