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"Should newsrooms be more diverse when it comes to religious faith and practice? I am constantly asked if, in particular, it would help if there were more traditional, 'devout,' practicing members of major faith groups. By all means, yes. But this is not because only 'believers' can cover religion. What we need in newsrooms are more people who bring knowledge, experience, and sensitivity into the news process. The goal is to miss fewer obvious stories and mess up fewer obvious facts...
"'Even the agnostic cannot fail to notice that the headlines and airwaves are full of religion,' commentator Bill Moyers once said at Harvard Divinity School. Yet newscasts are so full of the 'confused and condescending commentary of the religiously tone-deaf that there is little room for the authentic voices of religiously engaged people to be heard. So our ears are not trained to hear.'
"While teaching at Denver Seminary, I used three simple questions to help pastors study the power of mass media over their flocks. I urged them to ask: How do my people spend their time? How do they spend their money? How do they make their decisions?
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Vic Westberg, a Korean War veteran, talks about combat, fear, and evil
By Kim Shippey Senior Writer
Tenille LaTourrette, a pilot training officer, talks about love and leadership
By Bettie Gray Staff Editor
A world tries to make up its mind about Iraq
By Annette Kreutziger-Herr
Worry list Prayer list
By Beverly Goldsmith
'God believes in me'
Leide Lessa with contributions from Cristiana Mesquita
Opportunities to heal racism
By Cali McClure
A lone seed in a 'Southern Desert'
By Mary Samela
A woman's prayer breaks her cycles of suffering
By Ethel Baker
Prayer: the best preemptive strike
By Ryder Stevens
A powerful stand for her life
Headaches permanently healed
'Walk in the Spirit'
Maria Zelia Campelo Lopes
The perspective of prayer leads to peace