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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

The megachurch boom continues, but big concerns are rising too

How new thinking is shaking up old money
OZY: After years of listening to critics, some of the oldest and biggest U.S. philanthropic organizations are paring programs, narrowing their focus and changing the way they give away money.

Baptisms are beautiful and mysterious
Slate: Baptism is fundamentally a religious ritual, and in our increasingly secular age most TV shows have turned baptism into a feel-good symbol of a fresh start, or something else entirely

The megachurch boom continues, but big concerns are rising too
Religion News Service: Change is coming to American megachurches -- those behemoths for believers that now dot the religious landscape.

What does the Church expect?
Crux: The Archdiocese of Boston hasn't called Margery Eagen to ask her what she thinks of the Church and its leaders as part of a new poll. But she will tell them anyway.

5 myths about Rosa Parks, the woman who had almost a ‘biblical quality’
Washington Post: Here are five myths about what happened that first evening of December in 1955.

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