Newsletters / ULC Newsletter - October, 2020

This week in The Visionary, we take a look at some stories you may have missed including some plot twists so wild that M. Night Shyamalan couldn't have dreamed them up. From Christ popping up in Russia, to a couple new body parts popping up on Christ in Iceland, and everything in-between. This week has certainly been a strange year.

Christ Wears a C-Cup

The Church of Iceland put out a Sunday School ad depicting an "inclusive" Jesus with both a beard and breasts, among other features, in an attempt to appeal to a broader audience.
See the Gender-bent Jesus

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It's Condom Sense

It's Condom Sense

Faith groups are trying to block new sex-ed curriculum in Washington State that would teach children about certain sex-ed topics starting as early as kindergarten.
When Is Too Young?

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Giving New Meaning to 'Heavenly Bodies'

They say it's never too late to change careers. Meet a Minnesota pastor who hung up her clergy robes for… well, no clothes at all. She dropped preaching for stripping after feeling a religious calling to put her body on display. And she says Christian "purity culture" drove her to seek this sexual outlet.
Does The Bible Sex-Shame?

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From Russia With Dove

A Russian faith leader who claims to be the reincarnation of Jesus Christ was just arrested. Turns out, authorities are not so sure he's really the son of God.
Guess Who’s Back?

Digging in Their Heels

A 14-year-old Muslim student was blocked from playing volleyball because she refused to remove her hijab. The call set off a firestorm, and may lead to a lawsuit.
Was Justice Served?

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Following the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, many rushed to express their condolences with phrases such as 'Rest in Peace'. But Ginsburg was Jewish, and Judaism doesn’t teach of an afterlife – at least not like Christianity does. Our friends on Facebook discussed whether it was offensive to say "RIP" to RBG.
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