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Friday, June 17, 2016

A father's faith: How modern dads pass on their religious traditions

Louisville and Orlando, 2016
Baptist News Global: These days, when cynicism overwhelms, Bill Leonard tries to remember the night in a Louisville cathedral when Muhammad Ali kissed him on the cheek, an interfaith congregation reached out in thanksgiving, and for a moment, the kingdom of God came near. You gotta hope.

The Orlando tragedy: what can be said?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation: What we need most is not declarations of the undoubted meaning of the catastrophe, but lament. We need not commentary, but poetry.

Forgiving Dylann Roof is taking a heavy toll on those left behind. But they're not giving up.
The Washington Post: Some have forgiven. Others are still trying. "I know I need to as a believer."

A father's faith: How modern dads pass on their religious traditions
Deseret News National: Even as ideas about fatherhood evolve, certain conclusions about how fathers can pass on their faith remain stable.

You'd think that Israel, of all places, would respect its refugees
The (London) Guardian: Africans facing genocide are making a modern-day Exodus, fleeing through the Sinai. But the Israeli government has no time for non-Jewish asylum seekers, says Giles Fraser.

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