Baptist News Global: Several months ago, Martin Thielen decided to take an informal survey of retired clergy to help find out. He asked them two questions: “Do you still affirm traditional doctrines/theology? Why or why not? Are you still actively involved in a church? Why or why not?”
The Associated Press: The church and its teachings no longer drive daily rhythms.
Religion News Service: Victims advocacy groups are asking participants at this month’s synod to enact real change.
CBS News: Ahead of September's U.N. General Assembly in New York City, thousands of youth activists flooded the streets of Manhattan, calling for the end of the use of fossil fuels. Among them were young evangelical Christians looking to make change in their communities.
Deseret News: Two years after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Catholic organization in Philadelphia, the faith-based foster care landscape remains unsettled.