The New York Times: She gave voice to a generation of wandering evangelicals wrestling with their faith. Two years after her sudden death at age 37, Rachel Held Evans has one more message.
Religion News Service: ‘For many years he visited nearly every state once a year and traveled more extensively across the American landscape than probably any person of his day,’ said an Asbury biographer.
The Conversation: While the Nones include agnostics and atheists, most people in this category retain a belief in God or some higher power. Many describe themselves as “spiritual but not religious.”
Baptist News Global: The “evils of denominationalism,” as Niebuhr put it, lie in the fact the divisions were not just honest theological disagreements between Christians of good will, but rather the acquiescence of Christians and churches to the prevailing prejudices of the broader culture.
The Guardian: Accompanied by songs, stories and a stash of lentils, a group trekked from London, connecting with their faith, the countryside and the people they met along the way.