Monday, November 27, 2017

The religious right's scary, judgmental old men

How the tax package could blur the separation of church and politics
The Conversation: A provision in the House's pending tax bill to allow religious and secular nonprofits to engage in political speech could potentially change charitable life as we know it.
The New York Times: In tax debate, gift to religious right could be bargaining chip

The religious right's scary, judgmental old men
The Washington Post: The strong, moral commitment to the dignity of women and children recently asserting itself in our common life has mainly come from feminism, not the "family values" movement, Michael Gerson says.

The museum that places the Bible at the heart of America's identity
The Atlantic: The new facility tells a national story through the lens of the holy book.

Church of Sweden to stop referring to God as 'he' or 'Lord'
Associated Press: Head of largest Swedish Christian church says God is beyond human gender determination.

Is he God's new messenger?
OZY: Marshall Vian Summers claims to be a prophet and has filled 9,000 pages with communications from the Angelic Assembly.

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