The Washington Post: What has become increasingly uncomfortable for the Ivey family is how issues of racial identity have become wrapped up in national politics and sometimes church politics.
Christianity Today: The Oklahoma-based craft store company has filed a federal lawsuit demanding the return of more than $7 million from an Oxford University classics professor who oversaw the world’s largest collection of ancient Egyptian papyri.
Religion News Service: Claire Murashima’s role as a gay student body president directly challenged the school’s theological positions.
The Conversation: As someone who was ordained as a Southern Baptist minister in 1993, Susan Shaw knows that opposition to women’s ordination has always existed, but many denominational leaders, seminaries and local churches have supported the practice.
NPR: Trump benefited from the white evangelical support that Reagan helped solidify, but he also presided over a country that, religiously, looks far different from the one Reagan took over after 1980.