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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Tomb of Jesus restored to its former glory

Schism threat has some churches caught in middle
United Methodist News Service: United Methodist churches with diverse views on homosexuality are, their pastors say, particularly vulnerable if the much-discussed possibility of a denominational breakup occurs and results in a realignment choice.
The Wichita (Kansas) Eagle: Asbury United Methodist branch splits from main church, denomination

Trump's budget slashes aid to the poor. Would Jesus have a problem with that?
Religion News Service: The sharp debate that broke out among believers suggests that any Christian rationale for the nation's social safety net depends on how you translate a single Greek word in the Gospel of Matthew.

ERLC defends Russell Moore, who apologizes for his role in Trump divide
Christianity Today: SBC agency says Moore's job requires "speaking prophetically both to our culture and to our Convention."

Flannery O'Connor finally gets a documentary
National Catholic Reporter: A first-ever documentary on Flannery O'Connor is currently airing on PBS and the World Channel.

Tomb of Jesus restored to its former glory
Associated Press: Just in time for Easter, a Greek restoration team has completed a historic renovation of the Edicule, the shrine that tradition says houses the cave where Jesus was buried and rose to heaven.

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