Friday, September 22, 2017

Where Satan came from, and other things

In Rome, a visit with the Anti-Trump
The New York Times: As the president went low, the pope went high.

BYU is finally selling caffeinated soda to its students. Are we supposed to rejoice?
The Washington Post: Many Mormons are rejoicing at Brigham Young University's announcement that caffeinated soda will be available on campus, and many other people might be wondering whether this is a big deal. The short answer is: It's complicated.
  
King & his mentors
Commonweal: Rediscovering the Black Social Gospel.

Where Satan came from, and other things that happened from the Old Testament to the New
Religion News Service: An interview with Philip Jenkins about his new book, "Crucible of Faith: The Ancient Revolution That Made Our Modern Religious World."

Texas officials urge Trump to act on FEMA funding for houses of worship
Religion News Service: Their request follows a Sept. 4 lawsuit against FEMA filed by three churches in the state that were damaged by Hurricane Harvey.

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