#ProjectIdaho: Press Coverage

March 2, 2015
Faith-Healer Parents Who Let Their Child Die Should Go to Jail
The New Republic, by Jerry A. Coyne
March 2, 2015
Poll: Parental Rights Bill? No
The Spokesman-Review
March 2, 2015
Parental rights are sacred … except when they’re not
Watchdog.org, by Wayne Hoffman
 
March 2,

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In Memoriam: The CFFP Remembers Rev. Keith Wright

In Memoriam: The CFFP Remembers Rev. Keith Wright

The Child-Friendly Faith Project has lost a wise, compassionate, and courageous advisor. On January 9, Rev. Keith Wright, who had served congregations for nearly sixty years, passed away. Many people in the Austin community loved Keith as a pastor and as a friend. He was absolutely devoted to his family,

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We’re off to a great start in 2015!

We’re off to a great start in 2015!

The Child-Friendly Faith Project is excited about the new year!
Looking back, we accomplished a lot in 2014. We completed development of our Charter Member designation program, a curriculum designed exclusively for faith communities. We held our first raffle giveaway. And our conference presented more than twice as many

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The Child-Friendly Faith Project Giveaway is Here!

The CFFP is excited to announce our first raffle giveaway, and we have some amazing prizes to give away to 4 lucky winners! Actually though, it’s not all based on luck, because you increase your chances of winning just by spreading the word about the CFFP and our work. So, like us on Facebook,

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Do culture and religion matter in the Adrian Peterson case?

Do culture and religion matter in the Adrian Peterson case?

While the media seems largely focused on the fact that the Minnesota Vikings finally decided to bench its star running back, a more important—and politically incorrect—question needs to be asked:
Did Adrian Peterson’s religious beliefs and cultural background as an African American contribute to him beating and injuring his son?

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Interview with Dr. Lisa Aronson Fontes

Lisa Aronson Fontes, PhD, is a cultural expert, lecturer, and author. She has focused much of her career helping our mental health, social service, and criminal justice systems be more responsive to culturally diverse people. Dr. Fontes, who teaches at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, has written numerous journal articles and chapters on cultural

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What does a victim of child sexual abuse look like? Don’t ask Christianity Today.

What does a victim of child sexual abuse look like? Don’t ask Christianity Today.

An embarrassing apology published by Christianity Today shows that leaders in the faith community still have a lot to learn about child sexual abuse.
The readers of Christianity Today have taught the magazine a lesson—they know more about child sexual abuse then its editors do.
Last Monday, CT published an article on its Leadership Journal website written by an unnamed pastor who is serving time in prison

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