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Friday, June 2, 2023

America’s religious leaders sharply divided over abortion

Online religious services appeal to many Americans, but going in person remains more popular
Pew Research Center: About a quarter of U.S. adults regularly watch religious services online; 21% use apps or websites to help with reading scripture.
America’s religious leaders sharply divided over abortion, a year after Roe v Wade’s reversal
Associated Press: In the year since the Supreme Court struck down the nationwide right to abortion, America’s religious leaders and denominations have responded in strikingly diverse ways — some celebrating the state-level bans that have ensued, others angered that a conservative Christian cause has changed the law of the land in ways they consider oppressive.
Dave Ramsey sued for $150 million by former fans who followed his timeshare exit advice
Religion News Service: The class-action lawsuit is the latest legal woe for Ramsey and his company.
‘Insidious organization’: A reality TV family and the dangers of fundamentalism
The Guardian: The Amazon series “Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets” goes beyond the famous family into the fundamentalist ministry they represented.
It’s time to forgive each other our pandemic sins*
Christianity Today: As the COVID-1

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