Episcopal News Service: Clergy in churches threatened by wildfire seek to account for their congregants while making plans to close churches and and flee with their own families.
Los Angeles Times: Kincade fire creates 200,000 evacuees. 'Who's going to take them in?'
San Diego Union-Tribune: While climate change is a scientific issue, a leading climate researcher insists it is also a moral problem.
CatholicCitizens.org: The 2019 study warns that Christianity is disappearing in the faith's ancient homeland. In Iraq, the number may have fallen as low as 120,000 -- a decline of more than 90 percent within a single generation. In Syria, the size of the Christian population has fallen by two-thirds since the country's civil war began in 2011.
Religion News Service: White women were up in arms about evangelical pastor and radio host John MacArthur's comments about a white female pastor. Why weren't they as angry about his comments attacking diversity, intersectionality and culture? asks Rozella Haydee White.
Religion News Service: For those of us who still believe that loving God and our neighbor can transform our world, the current scene represents an existential crisis. What are we to do? For me, the answer is clear: The time for herculean efforts to stave off institutional death is past. We're going to have to start living what we say we believe and welcoming new life in radical ways, writes Amy Butler.