Wednesday, December 9, 2020
Hong Kong church that helped protesters sees bank accounts frozen
Religion News Service: If we let universities strip away their commitments to religious diversity, we are actually making our communities less safe.
NPR: An official report concludes that the country’s national security agencies spent an “inappropriate” amount of time focusing on the potential threat of Islamic terrorists in the months leading up to the attack.
Hong Kong church that helped protesters sees bank accounts frozen, allegedly in relation to crowdfunding campaign
South China Morning Post: The Good Neighbour North District Church says its funds came from legal donors, calling the move an ‘act of political retaliation’ for its activism.
The New York Times: Church leaders have backed government restrictions, but defiance by hard-liners and a commitment to the sacrament of communion, taken with a shared spoon, may undercut good intentions.
The Guardian: Actor cast as long-suffering biblical character in online production meant to bring Republicans and Democrats together in Ohio.