Thursday, December 17, 2015

How churches can accommodate members with disabilities

Wheaton professor's suspension is about anti-Muslim bigotry, not theology
Washington Post: Miroslav Volf says Wheaton professor's suspension reflects enmity toward Muslims, taking on a theological guise of concern for Christian orthodoxy.

When nonprofit board members are treated like cash machines
Wall Street Journal: Donors need to know what is expected in terms of their time, money and expertise.

Lovers, tricksters, and victims: Women in the Bible
U.S. Catholic: Biblical women are more complex than a quick read of scripture suggests.

Jesus' leftward bias
Pacific Standard: Here's a point you can unequivocally make at holiday dinner table discussions: Jesus has a leftward bias. In art, that is.

How churches can accommodate members with disabilities
Deseret News: Over the past 15 to 20 years, academics, faith leaders and advocates for the disabled have joined to call for improved spatial and spiritual accommodations for believers with disabilities.

No comments: