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Wednesday, June 6, 2018

At Christian colleges, a collision of gay rights and traditional values

At Christian colleges, a collision of gay rights and traditional values
The New York Times: Many students want to use their love for Jesus not to uphold traditional values, but to engage with and change the world.
The New York Times: Sex and gender on the Christian campus

Hearts, minds and money: maximizing charitable giving
Knowledge @ Wharton: Wharton's Deborah Small discusses her research on how donors choose organizations to support.

Grief: ever-present but perhaps someday ... beautiful?
Baptist News Global: Four years after her brother's death, the Rev. Amy Butler has become convinced that grief is like a super high maintenance boyfriend.

Poll: 51% of white evangelicals support business' refusal of service to LGBT customers
USA Today: While a majority of Americans oppose religion-based refusal of service to LGBT customers, most white evangelicals support such measures.

A minute's silence in school is too often a cover for having nothing to say
The (London) Guardian: Silence can be an easy, faux-profound way of honoring something deep. No wonder pupils are getting sick of it, Giles Fraser says.

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