Tuesday, June 20, 2017

As government retrenches, philanthropy booms

Ken Ham disputes reports the Ark Encounter is sinking
Religion News Service: Answers in Genesis founder Ken Ham is disputing reports the ministry's Noah's Ark-themed park is taking on water.

As government retrenches, philanthropy booms
The New York Times: It's time to look harder at how the wealthy wield clout through philanthropy - and to update oversight rules for a new era of megagiving.

Does hookup culture differ on Catholic campuses?
The Conversation: As Catholicism teaches abstinence before marriage, there is a common perception that Catholic schools would be places without hookup culture. Does faith make a difference?

Could Latin America's corruption be wiped out by the pulpit?
OZY: They hate corruption -- among other unholy behaviors -- and they're digging in with a Bible-inspired agenda to change the way Latin American governments tick.

When it comes to saying grace, Americans are still united
The Washington Post: A new poll finds that saying grace is a widespread practice in the United States.

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