Associated Press: Attorneys for an adjunct art professor said Tuesday she is suing the Minnesota university that dismissed her after a Muslim student objected to depictions of the Prophet Muhammad in a global art course, while the university admitted to a “misstep” and plans to hold public conversations about academic freedom.
The New York Times: After lecturer sues, Hamline University walks back its ‘Islamophobic’ comments*
Reuters: The Church of England will refuse to allow same-sex couples to get married in its churches under proposals set out on Wednesday in which the centuries-old institution said it would stick to its teaching that marriage is between a man and a woman.
Religion News Service: “There’s great disloyalty in the world of politics, and that’s a sign of disloyalty,” Trump said.
The Guardian: The leader of the Poor People’s Campaign will train the next generation of “moral fusion leaders” at the Yale divinity school.
Religion & Politics: There’s plenty of evidence that there will still be a significant portion of evangelicals in the electorate for decades to come, and they will be a noticeable force in electoral politics in both the short and long term.
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