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Friday, February 17, 2023

The mundane history of white Christian nationalism

‘We cannot walk with you unless you repent,’ African archbishops tell Church of England
Religion News Service: Leaders representing more than 35 million Anglicans said the English church’s decision to allow clergy to bless marriages and other unions of same-sex couples would further split the worldwide Anglican Communion.
At 103, Sister Jean publishes memoir of faith and basketball
Associated Press: The beloved Catholic nun captured the sports world’s imagination and became something of a folk hero as the chaplain for the Loyola Chicago men’s basketball team that reached the NCAA Final Four in 2018.
Ministers in Ukraine are ‘ready to meet God at any moment’*
Christianity Today: Pastors and church leaders who stayed behind serve as if every day might be their last.
Doug Emhoff has made antisemitism his issue, but says it’s everyone’s job to fight it
NPR: Emhoff, a former California entertainment lawyer, is the first Jewish spouse of a U.S. president or vice president.
The mundane history of white Christian nationalism
Religion & Politics: Watching the horrific events of the January 6 Capitol insurrection on his television in 2021, author Bradley Onishi found himself confronted by an unrelenting thought: “I could have been there.”

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