Religion in the News

Well, this may be something that you as an all-girl course are interested in. In an article by Jim Ellis, the Washington Post reports about "The Church For Men":
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- No hymnals. No pews. No steeple. No stained glass windows. And no women.
The Church For Men flips around the look and feel of worship and its leader says that's a good thing - guys are "bored stiff" in many churches today.
"We try to make it interesting for them. We meet in a gym and we talk about issues that mess men up," said 46-year-old Mike Ellis, the church's founder.
The Church For Men meets one Saturday evening a month, drawing about 70 guys dressed in everything but straight-laced shirts and neckties. The service features a rock band, a shot clock to time the preacher's message and a one-hour in-and-out guarantee.
Ellis' church is part of a national movement to reverse a long-standing problem. Studies show that men are less likely than women to show up on Sunday mornings, and now churches around the country are reaching out to men, teaching theology with a twist of testosterone in the presentation.

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You may want to check out other articles on religious topics (considering that this is what we'll deal with in our next 'Schulaufgabe'):
Religion/Washington Post

If you're looking for something more advanced as far as syntax and vocabulary are concerned, look at this review of a drama production in the New York Times:
Bibles Thumping, Suspenders Snapping

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