The New Yorker: Activists with Students for Justice in Palestine have mobilized major campus demonstrations in support of Gaza — and provided an intellectual framework for protesters watching what’s happening in the Middle East.
Christianity Today: The International House of Prayer founder speaks out for the first time as the ministry launches a third-party inquiry.
The Guardian: This Sunday, Church of England clergy can voluntarily use special “prayers of love and faith” to bless same-sex couples. It is a significant moment, but not an end to arguments and campaigning.
NPR: The state of Alabama plans to execute a prisoner in January using nitrogen hypoxia, a process so novel and untested that state officials required the man’s spiritual adviser to sign a waiver that said he could be exposed to the gas.
CNN: “Let me state very clearly … there are no facts to suggest that this defendant knew Ms. Woll and there are certainly no facts to suggest that this was a hate crime,” Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said during a Wednesday news conference.