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Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Anti-immigrant pastors may be drawing attention

Calvin University President Wiebe Boer resigns after misconduct complaint
Religion News Service: “The report did not include allegations of sexually explicit communication or physical contact, but the alleged conduct is concerning and inappropriate,” the trustees said in their statement.
On primary day, young Michigan voters are leading call to be ‘uncommitted’ to Biden
NPR: “It’s hard to see excitement in a presidential candidate when you see the death and destruction,” state Rep. Abraham Aiyash says.
Confronting what it means to be Black in America through faith and art*
The New York Times: For three decades, the iconographer Mark Doox has explored anti-Blackness in America and in the church — work that has culminated in his book, “The N-Word of God.”
Anti-immigrant pastors may be drawing attention — but faith leaders, including some evangelicals, are central to the movement to protect migrant rights
The Conversation: Opinion surveys consistently show that white Christians, especially evangelicals, are among the most likely groups in the U.S. to hold anti-immigrant sentiments. Yet faith-based, pro-immigration advocacy groups point toward a different reality.
In six-hour meeting, Park Street votes to affirm current leadership*
Christianity Today: Senior minister Mark Booker asks the historic evangelical congregation to commit to work of repair after “break of trust.”

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