Tuesday, October 6, 2020
Evangelical vote, once solid for Trump, shows fractures
Religion News Service: At least two faith leaders, including megachurch pastor Greg Laurie, have tested positive for COVID-19 after attending a White House Rose Garden ceremony and a separate evangelical gathering in Washington, D.C.
Houston Public Media: The evangelical Protestant community, which makes up nearly one out of every three Texans, remains largely in President Donald Trump’s corner -- but there are signs of generational division that could hurt Republicans.
Deseret News: A new study found Muslims experience up to eight times the discrimination that other religious people do at airports, job interviews and other settings.
HuffPost: Even if Trump loses the election in November, it won’t be easy to rebuild the programs and sift through backlogs caused by his administration.
The Guardian: Damning report says church protected its reputation above its ‘explicit moral purpose.’