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Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Christians in west Europe less tolerant of immigrants

IN THE NEWS

A California church flirts with an unusual social experiment: To never call police again

May 30 - Los Angeles Times *

India police officer threatened for saving Muslim man from mob

May 30 - BBC News

Philippine Congress passes autonomy bill for volatile Muslim region

May 30 - Reuters

Supreme Court leaves in place law that effectively bans abortion by pill — for now

May 29 - NPR

The evangelical fight to win back California

May 27 - The New York Times *

Irish archbishops say abortion vote shows church’s waning influence

May 27 - The Guardian

Irish abortion referendum: Ireland overturns abortion ban

May 26 - BBC News

The royal wedding made Episcopal Bishop Michael Curry a superstar. Can the religious left translate that into political change?

May 25 - The Washington Post *

Roman Catholics and evangelicals move apart in their political priorities

May 25 - NPR

Coveted exemptions from Trump’s travel ban remain elusive for citizens of Muslim-majority countries

May 22 - The Washington Post *

Study shows that a large minority of Germans would not accept Jewish or Muslim family members

May 30 - Deutsche Welle

Study: Christians in west Europe less tolerant of immigrants

May 29 - The Associated Press

Western Europe’s Christians are as religious as America’s ‘nones’

May 29 - Christianity Today

23% of British respondents ‘unwilling’ to have a Jew in the family, poll finds

May 29 - Jewish Telegraphic Agency

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