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Religio Magazine.
In this month's issue: With the spirit of peace and desire for unity, Religio Magazine investigates, shares, and promotes tolerance regarding our differences, finding and harnessing our similarities. This understanding is so important because our future and our world belongs to all of us, regardless of color, creed, or ideology.


Be Kind: Rude Behavior is Contagious

By Trevor Foulk, University of Florida — [dropcaps]W[/dropcaps]e experience rudeness and incivility all the time. From simple insults and offhand remarks

What causes greed and how can we deal with it?

By Laura E. Alexander, University of Nebraska Omaha – Recent news stories have highlighted unethical and even lawless actions taken by people and corporations that were


Spreading Love of Jesus Despite Spread of nCov

Exceeding 43,000 cases, a new illness called novel Coronavirus (2019-nCov) has claimed over a thousand lives worldwide. As the disease spreads, Christians in China are spreading

Religion for health

Is Religion Good For Your Health?

Theologians, thought leaders and scientists have tried to intersect faith and medicine for centuries. It’s clear that religious involvement is a benefit to one’s spiritual health,


The Concept of Time

Time is a precious resource that we constantly utilize every second of the day, whether it’s thinking about what you

Why Should We Pray?

[dropcaps]P[/dropcaps]rayer is a means by which spiritual people connect with the superior being as a way to share hurts, problems,


Why the legacy of Shakers will endure

By Joanne M. Pierce, College of the Holy Cross— [dropcaps]O[/dropcaps]n Monday, Jan. 2, Shaker Sister Frances Carr died at the age of 89. She had been

Fashion Designer Brings Muslim Culture to NYFW

[dropcaps]T[/dropcaps]he hijab has been receiving a lot of negative attention recently, but that hasn’t stopped an Indonesian designer from creating beautiful, traditional veils for New York

Why feminists need to learn about religion

By Kristin Aune, Coventry University – [dropcaps]F[/dropcaps]aced with religion, what’s a good feminist to do? Some strongly reject religion of all kinds as oppressive to women,


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