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Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Evangelicals and Pentecostals must do more to help immigrants

Evangelicals and Pentecostals must do more to help immigrants
Religion & Politics: Latino evangelical and Pentecostal churches must be more than promoters of "spiritual citizenship" or incubators of a moralistic capitalism that somehow solves everyone's problems, say Arlene Sanchez-Walsh and Lloyd Barba.

How Trump could make church cool again for millennials
The Daily Beast: Religion per se isn't the real problem when it comes to attracting millennials. Church leaders and the church's image are, says Keli Goff.
Vox: Trump-allied pastor tells worshippers 'America is a Christian nation'

As other theology schools struggle, Denver's Iliff uses social justice roots to stay resilient
The Denver Post: The school has a history of activist faculty who help mold social justice-oriented students.

Stephen King wrestles with the Divine
Christianity Today: The horror writer is no fan of organized religion, but his stories don't shy away from belief in things unseen.

Are Church of England's dabbing deacons and jumping bishops a leap too far?
The (London) Guardian: Informal ordination photos may be a sign of holy joy for some, but traditionalists are less than elated.

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