Monthly Archives: June 2016

Religious freedom reader 6/30

2016 is a gold mine for writers who cover religious liberty. I’ve written on faith-related conflicts affecting college campuses, efforts to legislate religious protections at the state level and the fallout from last year’s same-sex marriage ruling. News developments arrive in my inbox and Twitter feed each day, but I don’t have the resources to […]

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Apocalypse adventures

Here’s my June 25 newsletter. To receive my latest articles, favorite religion reads and other updates in your inbox every Saturday, sign-up here.  I felt this week like I was in danger of falling down a hole filled with think pieces about evangelical Christians and Donald Trump. They were everywhere, and it took a little […]

Jesus’ wife

Here’s my June 18 newsletter. To receive my latest articles, favorite religion reads and other updates in your inbox every Saturday, sign-up here.  I’m excited to share my article on fathers and faith, as well as one on infidelity-related accusations during election season. Both pieces made the front page of this week’s print edition, and […]

Remembering Muhammad Ali

Here’s my June 11 newsletter. To receive my latest article, favorite religion reads and other updates in your inbox every Saturday, sign-up here.  Summer is in full swing here in Salt Lake City, which makes it hard to spend most of the day at a desk and on the phone. However, I found ways to […]

Peppy Christian pop music

Here’s my June 4 newsletter. To receive my latest articles, favorite religion reads and other updates in your inbox every Saturday, sign-up here.  This four-day week was all about fathers and faith, as I researched and then wrote my upcoming Father’s Day feature. I was able to tie together survey data with some real-life experiences, […]