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Thursday, September 28, 2023

AI has no place in the pulpit

U.S. immigration policies are harming persecuted Christians, evangelical leaders warn
Baptist News Global: The United States can help alleviate the suffering of persecuted Christians worldwide by restoring its refugee resettlement program to pre-Trump levels and restoring due process to its asylum system, World Relief and Open Doors US said in a new report.
Religion News Service:
Faith-based resettlement orgs celebrate moves to maintain refugee cap
AI has no place in the pulpit*
Christianity Today: Technology can serve the church. But it can’t replace the good, frustrating, endless work of ministry.
The dark side of courtship*
New York Magazine: Shannon Harris’s relationship was held up as a model for millions of evangelicals. Now, she’s reclaiming her story.
Victims march to Rome to demand ‘zero tolerance’ on church abuse
Reuters: A group of Catholic Church abuse victims and their advocates on Wednesday called on Pope Francis to enforce “zero tolerance” against clerical sex abuse, after completing a six-day pilgrimage to Rome carrying a large wooden cross.
As psychedelic-assisted therapy grows, so does interest from a new group: chaplains
NPR: While some chaplains are exploring psychedelic-assisted therapy because of their deep well of experience providing a non-judgmental presence to help make sense of life’s difficult moments, many are also drawn to it because people taking these drugs often report what’s described as a mystical experience.

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