Axios: The court turned down an appeal by a Catholic group and two women who challenged a state law in Rhode Island that codified abortion rights, deciding to punt on another potentially contentious case.
Religion News Service: It’s one thing to recognize commonalities between marginalized groups. But it is something both immoral and threatening to steal an identity, writes Da'Shawn Mosley.
Acceleration Economy Network: Religion is informing AI, largely in part to the “Rome Call” which is the Vatican’s ethics plan to keep a human presence within AI.
Baptist News Global: It’s church budget time. Given the rate of inflation, not to mention the challenges of being a pastor right now, it is essential that you give your pastor and staff members compensation increases, writes Mark Wingfield.
New York Times: Tricia Hersey, founder of the Nap Ministry, sees rest as a revolutionary way to push back on America’s obsession with productivity at all costs.
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