Monday, February 29, 2016

How the church helps black men

Why exit pollsters desperately need to get religion
The Washington Post: With the presidential votes rolling in, it is time for an altar call moment for exit pollsters: there are more religion angles than just conservative white evangelicals.
The Atlantic: Trump reveals the end of the Religious Right's preeminence  
  
Max Lucado: Trump doesn't pass the decency test
The Washington Post: Policy aside, shouldn't we all demand that our president at least be decent?
Christianity Today: Why Max Lucado broke his political silence for Trump  
  
How the church helps black men flourish in America
The Atlantic: The structure it provides, along with the values it instills, strengthens employment prospects, family life, and more.

Engage survivors more, and Yoder less
National Catholic Reporter: Theologians and ethicists interested in working with Yoder's ideas have a responsibility to analyze the institutional cultures, policies and structures that enable sexualized violence. In order to do so, they must learn from discourses beyond Yoder.

Coalition of 400 companies fight Georgia's proposed 'religious liberty' bill
The (London) Guardian: One major company is already leaving the state over the law, which would allow individuals and organizations to discriminate against same-sex couples.

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