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Monday, November 9, 2015

Christianity beckons asylum-seekers in Germany

Religious polarization on the way
USA Today: We're losing the bridge of ambivalent Americans between strident secularists and strong Christians, Ed Stetzer says.

Why 2015 has been a banner year for films about abuse and religion
Washington Post: Abusive religious extremism is not entertaining. It's painful. It's ugly. It makes us angry. So why is it everywhere in film and TV this year?

For some Muslim asylum-seekers in Germany, Christianity beckons
NPR: Islam is an integral part of modern-day Germany. But that hasn't kept thousands of Muslim asylum seekers from giving up their faith to become Christians in recent years. The reasons they convert are complicated.

Ordination of married men would cause other major changes within the church
National Catholic Reporter: The question of the theology of ordination to the priesthood just isn't going to go away, Joan Chittister says.

5 charts that reveal how sex and religion affect what we think about climate change
The Independent: A Pew survey analyzed political affiliation, age, gender and geography to judge how different groups feel about the implications of global warming

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