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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Jakarta's Christian governor imprisoned for blasphemy

Moral law: Americans agree on more morality, disagree on method
Christianity Today: Survey examines attitudes on where morals come from and how to bolster behavior.

A new battleground over political correctness: Duke Divinity School
The New York Times: Email exchange drags Duke Divinity School into the nationwide debates over political correctness, racism and free speech on college campuses.

Jakarta's Christian governor imprisoned for blasphemy
The Atlantic: Known as a leader of religious tolerance in Southeast Asia, Indonesia is beginning to feel the pull of its staunch Islamist groups.

Emmanuel Macron has a history buff's view of Islam and religious strife
The Economist: France's new president is less stringent about secularism than some of his compatriots.

Early parole rejected for former Bishop Heather Cook
The Baltimore Sun: The Maryland Parole Commission on Tuesday denied the parole request of Heather Cook, the former Episcopal bishop who is serving a seven-year prison sentence for the drunken-driving crash that killed a bicyclist in 2014.

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