Religion is still at the heart of our lives, but it’s starting to take a backseat to politics and media, with the rise of technology and the internet.
Here are our top 10 reasons why it’s becoming more and more important.
Religion has become the new political issue There’s no denying that religion is on the rise in the US, but there are a few issues that have made it increasingly relevant to politicians, celebrities and everyday people.
Religion is increasingly used as a political issue, as the rise and popularity of the Christian faith has given rise to a renewed push for more tolerance and equality.
The Christian right has pushed for a repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act, a controversial 1996 law that prevents federal benefits for same-sex couples.
This year, they have been campaigning against same-locker laws that restrict the practice of same-gender marriage.
These issues, and others like them, have pushed religion to the fore, pushing it into the spotlight.
The Supreme Court has ruled that a provision of the 1964 Civil Rights Act barring discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation violates the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
The same law also includes a provision allowing states to limit religious practices and services.
But this year, the court also ruled that the right to religious liberty does not extend to same- sex couples in states where they can legally marry.
The Trump administration has been moving forward with a sweeping rewrite of the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act, which would allow local governments to deny services to same sex couples.
Trump has threatened to revoke federal funds from organizations that discriminate against gay, lesbian and bisexual people, saying he believes they are the real victims of hate crimes.
This could force religious organizations to close, and could lead to the end of services for gay, transgender and gender non-conforming people.
A new federal court case, Obergefell v.
Hodges, has also threatened to overturn same- gender marriage bans.
In an attempt to shore up the religious right, religious leaders have called for the US to legalize same- marriage nationwide, but the issue has not gained traction among voters.
Religion becomes the new media topic Religion has played a big part in our lives in the past few decades.
But the rise has also seen it become the focus of a host of media outlets.
We’ve witnessed the rise for a number of reasons, including the spread of smartphones, social media and technology.
However, religion’s presence in the news has also had an impact on the way people watch TV, as well as the way they consume entertainment.
TV has always been a prime time for entertainment, but now more and less people are tuning into the news to see what is happening in the world, rather than simply what they are watching.
Religion plays a big role in what people want to watch, but what is the balance of that?
This year alone, a slew of new entertainment shows and movies have been released, with some breaking the ratings records of previous years.
One example is The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, which broke a record for the highest-grossing film ever made.
In 2018, The Walking Dead, which has been an HBO series since 2011, was released.
This has brought new fans into the franchise, but has also created some backlash from the religious community.
The US becomes the first country in the World to legalize gay marriage The US has been on a journey towards gay marriage since 2009, when President Obama signed the Equality Act into law.
In 2014, the Supreme Court ruled that same- age marriage should be recognized in the United States, with a majority ruling that allowing gay couples to marry in the country was a fundamental right.
This made the decision the biggest legal challenge to the status quo in US history.
In 2015, President Trump announced he would rescind the US’s ban on same-race marriage, which he called a “disgrace”.
It has been a long road, but in the meantime, marriage equality has gained momentum in the states.
In 2017, California became the first state in the nation to allow same- Sex Marriage, and the US Supreme Court recently agreed with the state, ruling in favour of gay marriage.
There is currently no state ban on gay marriage, although some states have passed laws that limit same-day ceremonies and require a judge to make the decision for gay couples.
The issue of same sex marriage is not only a global one, as many of the countries where gay couples can get married are also home to large Muslim populations.
Religion gets a boost from Trump’s religious revival It’s a trend that’s been well documented: the US has become more religious under the Trump administration, with more churches opening and more religious leaders speaking out on social issues.
One of the most notable was Pastor Daniel Rutherford, who became the pastor of the New Life Church in Los Angeles.
In his speech on September 5, 2017, Rutherford said he believed the Bible would be