Religion News Service: He will be the first Black president of the seminary, which was founded in 1812.
Associated Press: Flynn, who just eight years ago under President Barack Obama led the U.S. military’s intelligence agency, now is at the center of a far-right Christian nationalist movement that has a growing influence in the Republican Party.
The New York Times: Marriage, perhaps the most personal public institution, uncomfortably straddles the divide between religion and state.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation: Hillsong Church has denied whistleblower accusations it intentionally deceived the Australian charities regulator about its financial records, in a defence filed to the Federal Court.
Deseret News: A task force found that Stanford officials purposefully excluded Jewish students in the past.
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