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Saturday, April 21, 2018

Building community by sharing books

Churches make a drastic pledge in the name of social justice: To stop calling the police
The Washington Post: These churches believe the American police system, criticized for its impact especially on people of color, is such a problem that they should wash their hands of it entirely.

White evangelical support for Donald Trump at all-time high
Public Religion Research Institute: A new PRRI survey finds white evangelical support for President Trump at an all-time high, with 75 percent holding a favorable view of the president and just 22 percent holding an unfavorable view.
Religion News Service: Still evangelical? Literary festival panelists question label after Trump, #MeToo

Do entrepreneurs need a strategy?
Harvard Business Review: Some start-up founders follow a business plan; others operate by the seat of their pants. Learn how to carefully craft a strategy in advance -- and whether you should.

A weekend at Cape Cod shows glimpses of a future church
National Catholic Reporter: Gathering without a priest made the writer wonder about similar meals of remembrance in the early church. And what future gatherings might be like as the number of Catholic priests continues its insistent decline.

Building community by sharing books
Stanford Social Innovation Review: Little Free Libraries draw neighbors together on street corners, on school campuses, and in police stations.

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