Religion News Service: The Trump administration's approach to immigration and other social justice issues has energized faith-based activists to a pitch not seen since the 1970s. But the religious left remains an amorphous, diverse group with few nationally known leaders.
America: The Catholic Church is not alone in struggling to maintain a connection to the white working class. Church attendance by whites ages 25 to 44 without a four-year degree has declined at twice the rate of their college-educated peers since the early 1970s.
Deseret News: Faith leaders are often presented as heroes in stories about slavery. But some fought to keep the slave trade alive.
Salem (Oregon) Reporter: The two schools started exploring a merger in late 2016 and this spring agreed to move forward with a partnership that will ultimately see Claremont relocate entirely to Salem, becoming Willamette's third graduate school.
Church Times: In his new book, Jesse Zink offers a dramatic, illuminating, and, at times, harrowing account of a transforming church-growth movement among the Dinka people of South Sudan -- one of the most remarkable Christian movements of modern times.