Monday, December 14, 2020
More US churches commit to racism-linked reparations
Religion News Service: Following protests supporting President Donald Trump, people affiliated with the hate group tore down signs belonging to churches and set at least one on fire.
Associated Press: Some religious groups are part of a surge in interest in how to make amends to African Americans for slavery.
The New York Times: The shooting took place on the steps of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine just after a carol service had ended.
The Washington Post: Contracting COVID-19 could kill him, but many in this pastor’s church are wary of the vaccine and may not take it.
The Conversation: If Raphael Warnock wins a Georgia Senate seat, he would be one of two ordained ministers in that chamber. In the U.S. House of Representatives, only about 2% of members are ordained ministers.