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Thursday, December 6, 2018

Why I left the church, and what I'm hearing about it

George H.W. Bush's 'quiet faith' remembered at cathedral funeral
Religion News Service: The elder Bush's eldest child, former President George W. Bush, gave an emotional tribute to his father, noting his dedication to faith and family.
America: George H.W. Bush and the extinction of the Country Club Republican

On the first night of Hanukkah, I returned to my Pittsburgh synagogue
The Atlantic: Beth Kissileff hadn't been back to the synagogue where her husband is a rabbi since the shooting in October.

Why I left the church, and what I'm hearing about it
National Catholic Reporter: Melinda Henneberger explains why she couldn't continue to help prop up an institution that she has loved her whole life.

It's time for a grand compromise on religious freedom and contraceptives
America: Why should religious freedom advocates compromise when they are winning? The truth is that their victory is on shaking ground.

Indiana's religious left flexes its political muscle
NPR: The religious right in Indiana has long been a powerful political force. But now a progressive interfaith movement, called Faith in Indiana, is trying to challenge that foothold.

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