Wednesday, March 16, 2016

The religious right: still not dead

The religious right: still not dead
Religion Dispatches: As in the past, reports of its death have been greatly exaggerated.

On the left, new push to reclaim politics of morality
The Christian Science Monitor: A North Carolina pastor is leading a movement to recast morality as a liberal issue. The election suggests the shift might already be happening in some ways.
Religion & Politics: The moral vision of Bernie Sanders
  
How Kasich's religion is hurting him with conservatives
Politico: He might be the truest believer in the race; and it's come back to bite him.

Damning report reveals Church of England's failure to act on abuse
The (London) Guardian: Review of priest's assault against boy in 1976 criticizes Justin Welby's office and expresses disbelief that senior figures cannot recall being told of attack.

What companies can do when work and religion conflict
Harvard Business Review: For many employers, it is only a matter of time before they face conflicts between religion and work.

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