November 3, 2014January 24, 2015November 2014: GetReligion Scroll down to content Did the devil make an Oklahoma man smash into Ten Commandments monument? Or did mental illness? Published Nov. 3. Big Bang and Bobby Jindal: Is Louisiana governor’s silence on pope’s evolution remarks newsworthy? Published Nov. 4. No pepperoni, plenty of ghosts: Generic Christians open a pizza cafe as a vague ‘experiment of faith.’ Published Nov. 6. Five for Friday: Zombies and other Godbeat headlines that you may have missed. Published Nov. 7. Giant, smelly snails in Florida: Could there really be a religion angle to this story? Published Nov. 11. Big news report card: Mormon church acknowledges founder Joseph Smith’s many wives. Published Nov. 12. Amen to former GetReligionista’s question: Why’d a Muslim NBA player skip the national anthem? Published Nov. 13. Pod people: More on Mormon church founder Joseph Smith’s 40 wives and the media’s delayed bandwagon. Published Nov. 14. Another American beheaded: Peter Kassig became a Muslim while in captivity, but was his conversion genuine? Published Nov. 17. 5Q+1 interview: Godbeat pro Peter Smith discusses his in-depth project on immigrant religion in Pittsburgh. Published Nov. 19. Don’t oppress a stranger: President Obama quotes Scripture in his immigration speech, but which one? Published Nov. 21. Scripture, social media and online comments: Post on President Obama quoting the Bible offers a case study. Published Nov. 23. In advance of Ferguson grand jury decision, something’s missing when Los Angeles Times goes to church. Published Nov. 24. Once again, #Ferguson defies easy analysis and understanding but demands solid journalism and context. Published Nov. 25. Christians and suicide: New York Times reports on evangelicals embracing talk of mental illness. Published Nov. 29. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Published by Bobby Ross Jr. Bobby Ross Jr. is an award-winning journalist who has reported from all 50 states and 14 countries. View all posts by Bobby Ross Jr.