The Week: Dozens of immigrants were arrested and detained by ICE in Detroit on Sunday, many of them Chaldean Catholics who fled beheading, torture, bombing, rape and desecration of their houses of worship in Iraq. If ICE has its way, it is possible that at least 40 will be headed back to Iraq soon.
IndyStar: Butler University in Indianapolis plans to buy most of Christian Theological Seminary's campus and allow CTS to lease back its existing buildings. The two institutions would remain independent.
Baptist News Global: An Arkansas judge who also serves as a Baptist pastor told reporters that his participation in a death penalty protest is protected by a state law passed in 2015 to bolster religious freedom after the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage.
Bearings: Mona Hanford is an end-of-life-care activist, teacher and writer. She chaired the conference "Journey of the Soul-Peace at Last," which was held at the Washington National Cathedral. In this interview, she explains her work with the Hope Initiative, a program designed to offer support to those facing end-of-life decisions.
Stanford Social Science Innovation Review: Can expecting the best, but planning for the worst, prepare nonprofits and their funders to turn unexpected bumps into opportunities?