Tuesday, May 2, 2017

The mistake Christians made in defending Bill O'Reilly

Two scenes from Pope Francis's revolution of tenderness
The New Yorker: To the privileged in Vancouver and the besieged in Cairo, Pope Francis spoke as a Christian, but also as a moral voice that history has wondrously lifted up.

The mistake Christians made in defending Bill O'Reilly
The New York Times: It's not a coincidence that conservative evangelical leaders tend to resist taking harassment and assault claims seriously.

Indy's new Episcopal bishop heard the voice of God across the street from the White House
The Indianapolis Star: Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows will break new ground in the Episcopal Church that she says is more diverse than people think.

Why so many churches are abandoning the 11am service and seeing 'Wednesday as the new Sunday'
Christian Today: Just like anybody else, churches in America are also trying to adapt to the changing times. That's why even the time-honored tradition of 11 a.m. Sunday service is at risk.

Forget millennials. How will churches reach Generation Z?
Religion News Service: An interview with Pastor James Emery White about his new book, "Meet Generation Z: Understanding and Reaching the New Post-Christian World."

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