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Thursday, October 27, 2022

How much power do Christians really have?

How much power do Christians really have?
FiveThirtyEight: The invisible divide that’s shaping how Republicans and Democrats think about religion — and politics
Overt U.S. antisemitism returns with Trump, Ye: ‘Something is different’*
The Washington Post: ‘It’s like we’re coming back from a 50-year vacation,’ one expert said.
Deconstruction or reconstruction? Pastors discuss a reboot of evangelicalism.
Religion News Service: In a Chicago suburb, a group of pastors gathered to discuss evangelicalism’s failings and how to repair them.
Americans who aren’t sure about God are a fast-growing force in politics – and they’re typically even more politically active than white evangelicals
The Conversation: There are two key communities political analysts often overlook: atheists and agnostics.
Died: Gordon Fee, who taught evangelicals to read the bible ‘for all its worth’
Christianity Today: A New Testament “scholar on fire,” he believed Scripture was an encounter with God.

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