Thursday, September 10, 2020
Why Someone You Love Might Join QAnon
Pew Research finds that even the most devout young believers don’t agree with Mom and Dad on everything. Christian parents weigh in on the challenges of teenage discipleship.
Our most controversial stone statues carry layers of communal history that aren’t easily cast aside.
The schools were stated beneficiaries but say they lost their input in recent restructuring.
Bob Smietana – Religion News Service
One month since the blast, emotional support comes from evangelicals, refugees, children, and other unexpected sources.
How could aircraft serve Christian ministries and humanitarian missions? The Brit was part of a cohort of aviation enthusiasts devoted to finding out.
Faced with declining enrollments, evangelical schools add programs, cut programs, and hope.
For Christians broaching conversations with those persuaded by an increasingly popular conspiracy theory.
The tour, held in defiance of COVID-19 regulations, continues in Colorado, Minneapolis, and Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the week ahead.
Julia Duin – Religion News Service
Continues to trend more secular, as safety and flexibility are given top priority.