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Thursday, April 14, 2022

Christians challenge what it means to be ‘pro-life’

 As Supreme Court weighs abortion, Christians challenge what it means to be ‘pro-life’Los Angeles Times *A call, a text, an apology: How an abortion arrest shook up a Texas townThe Washington Post *Kentucky lawmakers block abortion access with new law, effective immediatelyReutersFor churches hit by disaster, Easter brings promise of hopeThe Associated Press‘Death tsunami of the church’: Florida pastors seek salvation in real estateThe GuardianTrump fails to turn evangelicals against governor he scornsBloomberg News *Texas inmate who sought pastor’s touch gets execution dateThe Associated PressNational Association of Evangelicals launches racial justice collaborativeReligion News ServiceA new tool for assessing campus climate on religionInside Higher Ed *

Analysis and commentary

Imagine a Bible with no Moses, no story of the exodusThe New York Times *Zelensky’s prayerThe Atlantic *How a coffee company and a marketing maven brewed up a Passover tradition: A brief history of the Maxwell House HaggadahThe ConversationIs Pope Francis prepping for doomsday in the church? I hope soAmerica *How to make sense of the new LGBTQ culture warThe New York Times *Shannon Bream’s Bible stories are turning Fox News Books into a publishing forceLos Angeles Times *

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