WorldReligionNews.com ‘Featured Contributor’ Series Continues with 'Finding Noah,' Scientology, Hinduism and Religious Freedom Articles

WorldReligionNews.com continues its featured contributor series with 4 articles from a diverse group of authors representing either official religion or organizations.

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San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 24, 2014

WorldReligionNews.com continues its featured contributor series with 4 articles from a diverse group of authors representing either official religion or organizations.

This round of 'Featured Contributor' articles includes; Tracie Parker, representing the Church Of Scientology and writing about volunteerism, Margaret Rose Becker, human rights advocate, writing about religious freedom, the Council of Europe, and human rights, Rajan Zed, representing the Universal Society of Hinduism, writing about President Obama mentioning Hindu's in his Easter address and Brent Baum, director, representing the forth coming documentary 'Finding Noah.'

Read these 'Featured Contributor' articles and more here.

WorldReligionNews.com has established its "Featured Contributor" program to offer both writers officially affiliated with all faiths and belief systems, as well as independent writers and authors of note, a public platform from which to publish religion focused articles that will reach not only WRN visitors but also appear via syndication partners on sites like CNN, FOX, New York Daily News and others.

If you are an officially affiliated spokesperson/writer who would like to be considered for a "Featured Contributor" article placement on WRN, contact us here: http://www.worldreligionnews.com/contact-us/.

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