Tuesday, May 9, 2017

The rise of café churches in South Korea

The rise of café churches in South Korea
The Atlantic: How corruption scandals are driving young Christians away from megachurches -- and conservative politics.

A monument to Jesus in the city of Mao
The New York Times: About 260 feet tall and topped by a cross, the Xingsha Church is bigger even than the biggest statue of Mao Zedong in China, less than 10 miles away.

Evangelicals and the Supreme Court
Religion News Service: While evangelical scholars continue to address the important issues of the mind, evangelicals need to work on the spirit that they bring to public engagement, Richard Mouw says.

The Catholic luxury dorm problem
US Catholic: Christian tradition is clear about the way people should live together -- and it doesn't include fine dining on the first floor.

With declining numbers, women religious are invisible to many non-Catholics
National Catholic Reporter: No wonder it's harder and harder for Protestants to run into nuns and get any sense of what they're about.

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