The Guardian: Today the oral arguments begin in a landmark case that could destroy abortion rights in the US -- the end result of a long campaign by evangelical Christians.
Sojourners: Instead of collapsing Christian nationalists to single issues like abortion or gay marriage, Katherine Stewart claims that it is an anti-democratic political movement with deep roots in a Christian opposition to civil rights, the New Deal, and abolition.
Vox: He showed Americans that sexuality, gender identity, and faith weren't mutually exclusive.
America: Father Ernesto Cardenal, the Nicaraguan poet and revolutionary whose political work earned him a public admonishment from St. John Paul II, died March 1.
Religion News Service: This week more than 500 evangelical students will hear Southern Baptist Convention President J.D. Greear and Yaqeen Institute founder Imam Omar Suleiman discuss how evangelicals and Muslims can find a way forward.
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