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Friday, June 7, 2024

The Gospel’s good news for queer people — and their enemies

The Gospel’s good news for queer people — and their enemies
Sojourners: If you’re a queer Christian today, you probably know what it’s like to be deemed an “other,” whether by your family, your faith community, or even fellow LGBTQ+ folks who don’t understand your faith.

Texas may pay schools to use curriculum critics call overtly Christian*
The Washington Post: In a proposed elementary-age curriculum, there’s disagreement on whether some details are included as context or to steer students toward one religion over another.

Meet the six preachers who want to lead the Southern Baptist Convention
Religion News Service: The SBC presidency is perhaps the most influential volunteer religious job in the country. Though unpaid, the SBC president has a bully pulpit to tout his beliefs and shape the leadership of the nation’s largest Protestant denomination.

Vatican cardinal urges Europeans to remember own migratory roots ahead of European elections
Associated Press: A top Vatican cardinal urged European voters Monday to remember their own migratory roots and show sympathy to people forced to flee their homes, days ahead of an election for the European Parliament in which migration is a big issue.

Many Southern Baptist women care more about calling than what they’re called*
Christianity Today: As the SBC debates restrictions around titles and roles, female leaders continue their work in women’s ministry in their local churches.

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