The Los Angeles Times: Religious thinkers and institutions are increasingly wading into the conversation around the ethical uses of a rapidly expanding technology that might one day develop a consciousness of its own — at least according to its Silicon Valley apostles.
The Washington Post: They say their children’s lives and religious liberty are threatened by bills in Missouri and elsewhere.
Reuters: The U.S. Department of Labor on Tuesday withdrew a rule adopted in the last days of the administration of former Republican President Donald Trump that had expanded a religious exemption from anti-discrimination laws for federal contractors.
Religion News Service: After funding from the United Methodist Church General Conference ended and in-person events were put on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic, the AAMHC is looking for donations in order to continue its work.
The Christian Century: What wisdom can Christians find in Jesus’ meal-gathering around a religious holiday of his people?
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