Monday, October 5, 2020
A new group of evangelical leaders forms in support of Biden
NPR: Pope Francis has presented his blueprint for a post-COVID-19 world, covering a vast number of issues from fraternity and income inequality to immigration and social injustice.
Religion News Service: The Rev. John Jenkins, president of Notre Dame University, announced on Friday (Oct. 2) that he has tested positive for the novel coronavirus after attending the White House event to present Judge Amy Coney Barrett as Trump’s Supreme Court nominee.
The Washington Post: The group favoring Biden, set up by longtime evangelical leaders Ron Sider and Rich Mouw, includes several leaders who have retired from major evangelical institutions.
Christian Century: In their new books, they both resist easy answers to the problem of suffering.
HuffPost: It harms Christians’ credibility when they prioritize abortion over other social issues -- such as racism and poverty, writes Bishop Mark Seitz.