Wednesday, December 9, 2020
Joe Biden goes to church. Politics remains outside
Religion News Service: While women are changing the world of electoral politics, their progress in the world of religion is downright glacial.
The Washington Post: Because the cameras don’t follow him into the sanctuary, the broader public doesn’t have the opportunity to observe Biden in prayer or devotion. And so the performative nature of the outing is reduced.
NBC News: With just six weeks left in his term, President Donald Trump looks to cement his legacy on religious liberty.
Sojourners: In November, Rev. Kim Jackson, an Episcopal priest, won a seat representing Georgia’s District 41 in the state Senate.
Christian Century: Even during a pandemic, feasting is central to Christian worship.