NPR: Rabbi Harold Kushner, who never strayed from answering life’s most vexing questions about loss, goodness and God, and by doing so, brought comfort to people across the world, died on Friday while in hospice care in Canton, Mass. He was 88.
Associated Press: The wide empty spaces in pews between parishioners at a Sunday service at Zion Baptist Church in South Carolina’s capital highlight a post-pandemic reality common among many Black Protestant churches nationwide.
Deseret News: Pence has spent his entire career making his devout religious beliefs the center of his identity. And until relatively recently, that approach has had quite a bit of success in American politics.
Christianity Today: America’s churches are struggling to find a new generation of pastors as the current generation prepares to step aside.
Religion News Service: Switchfoot was always meant for more than CCM.
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