Religion News Service: They expressed grief and prayers for Nichols’ family, as well as called for national and state legislation. Some questioned whether the video of the police beating of Nichols should be watched.
The New York Times: The museum says the painting’s owner, who sold it after fleeing Nazi Germany, made a “fair transaction.” His heirs say he sold under duress.
The Guardian: Led by a openly lesbian minister, St Michael’s Uniting Church in Melbourne hopes to provide a sanctuary for LGBTQ people hurt by religious institutions.
Christianity Today: Evangelical organizer Tori Goebel speaks on the difference 10 years makes and how a rising generation of Christians is looking for “avenues for action.”
The Washington Post: Forgiveness is known as a virtue that is preached in churches and other places of worship. Until recently, it was not a subject that was taught in the classroom.
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