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A megachurch in Missouri has been awarded a settlement of nearly $150,000 following a dispute with its local government over coronavirus restrictions.
Roughly half of church-going evangelical Protestants are now attending worship services in person and without any COVID-19-related restrictions, a new survey by Pew Research Center suggests.
A new report is revealing that the Amish community has made it through the coronavirus pandemic without experiencing a catastrophic loss of life despite their refusal to adopt many of the safety precautions as necessary to prevent widespread loss of life.
A federal court has sided with college athletes seeking a religious exemption from a university’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, preventing the school from enforcing the mandate against the plaintiffs.
The Joel Osteen-led Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, which came under fire from the public last December for accepting $4.4 million from the federal government’s coronavirus relief program for small businesses known as the Paycheck Protection Program, said it never sought forgiveness for “the temporary assistance received.”
Hundreds of thousands of Christian students nationwide were encouraged to bring their Bibles to school on Thursday as part of a Christian advocacy organization's annual Bring Your Bible to School Day.
Government restrictions on religious practice remained high during the year before the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdowns, according to a recent report by the Pew Research Center. Pew released findings from its 12th annual study on global religious persecution, analyzing 198 countries.