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Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Why a Methodist chaplain is hiking the Appalachian Trail

Easter egg row: Church of England accuses National Trust of 'airbrushing' religion out of children's egg hunt
The (London) Telegraph: The Church of England has accused the National Trust of "airbrushing faith" after it dropped the word "Easter" from its annual Easter egg hunt.

Where evangelicals came from
The New York Review of Books: In "The Evangelicals: The Struggle to Shape America, Frances FitzGerald answers the recurrent question, "Where did these people come from?"

Why a Methodist chaplain is hiking the Appalachian Trail
The (Nashville) Tennessean: When Matt Hall - this year's Appalachian Trail chaplain for the United Methodist Church - travels the mammoth foot path that slices through the eastern part of the United States, fellow thru-hikers will call him "Trigger."

Sinners R Us? We do it God's way? Help this clergyman find a new slogan for the Church of England
Christian Today: Here's some of the best and most amusing suggestions for a corporate slogan for the Church of England.

When does life begin? It's not so simple.
Slate: Fetal personhood bills are gaining steam -- but many religious and scientific ethicists, as well as women, see the path to personhood as a gradual one.

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