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“I said, ‘We agree to disagree,’ and he said ‘No, I’m right and you’re wrong.'” — Green Bay Packers safety LeRoy Butler, rehashing a conversation he had with the pastor of a Wisconsin church that canceled his upcoming appearance because Butler tweeted in support of NBA player Jason Collins, who came out as gay. He […]

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David Herrera

David Herrera

David Herrera joined Religion News Service in 2011. He worked previously as a Web Assistant with the Religion Newswriters Association and as a Web Producer at the Detroit Free Press. He holds an M.A. from the University of Missouri School of Journalism and a B.S. from Bowling Green (Ohio) State University.


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    Everybody should know by now that professional football players are the ultimate arbiters of religious and moral issues.