Associated Press: A man opened fire during a lunch reception at a Southern California church, killing one person and wounding five senior citizens before a pastor hit the gunman on the head with a chair and parishioners tied him up with electrical cords.
Christianity Today: Elderly Taiwanese church in California attacked by shooter
Religion News Service: The conservative Christian college has been at the center of a politicized clash over critical race theory since November.
NPR: While there are religious and non-religious people on both sides of the argument, the loudest voices are often those of religious traditionalists on one side and contemporary secularists on the other.
The Guardian: New Zealand’s presbyterian church will offer any future land sales to Māori iwi first, as the institution reckons with its role in colonization and land confiscations in Aotearoa.
Crux: Jerusalem’s Christian churches came together to condemn the scenes of Israeli police beating mourners during the funeral of a Palestinian-American journalist who was shot and killed in the field, allegedly by Israel Defense Forces (IDF). They called the police violence an attack on religious freedom.
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