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Thursday, March 1, 2018

Will Millennials return to religion?

Billy Graham is the first religious leader to lie in honor at the U.S. Capitol. Some say he should be the last.
The Washington Post: For seven hours Wednesday, the remains of the Rev. Billy Graham lay in honor at the U.S. Capitol Rotunda. Hundreds of people streamed past his coffin, many with tales of how the iconic pastor brought them closer to Jesus Christ.
National Catholic Reporter: Old wounds reawaken as Billy Graham's body lies in honor in the Capitol

Facebook to target people with adverts based on their religion
The (London) Telegraph: Facebook will soon allow advertisers to target British users based on their religious or political views.

Will Millennials return to religion?
Publishers Weekly: Several recent and upcoming books address whether or not Millennials care about religion, how they live out their faith and how faith leaders can reach them.

Spurned by U.S. and facing danger back home, Iranian Christians fear the worst
The New York Times: The United States rejected 100 Iranians, mainly members of Christian minorities, who had applied for refugee status under a law offering religious protections.

DAF grantors prefer education over religion
The Nonprofit Times: Account holders of donor-advised funds (DAFs) tend to be wealthier and financially savvier than your typical check-in-the-mail donor. And according to new research, they prioritize their gifts differently than the general donating public.

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