Wednesday, February 1, 2017

5 spiritual survival strategies in the Trump era

5 faith facts on Trump's Supreme Court pick, Neil Gorsuch
Religion News Service: Here are five faith facts about Neil Gorsuch, President Trump's Supreme Court nominee to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia, who died last February.
National Catholic Reporter: Trump's Supreme Court nominee may pose a future challenge to the president

Neil Gorsuch wrote the book on assisted suicide. Here's what he said.
The Washington Post: Aside from his bona fides as a lawyer and a jurist, Gorsuch has cultivated something of an expertise in assisted suicide and euthanasia in his legal career.

5 spiritual survival strategies in the Trump era
Sojourner's: Wes Granberg-Michaelson says when they go low, we go deep. Here are five key dimensions central to how we are to live and practice our Christian calling, especially during the presidency of Donald Trump.

Association of Theological Schools names Chicago seminary president as executive director
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: The Association of Theological Schools has named the Rev. Frank Yamada, president of McCormick Theological Seminary, as its next executive director.

Henri Nouwen's weakness was his strength
Christianity Today: How a gifted, high-achieving spiritual guide learned to share his wounds with others.

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