The New York Times: The youngest American to be made a bishop, he died while still defending himself against allegations of sexual abuse.
Baptist News Global: The historic fusing of Christianity and white supremacy is a moral and spiritual cancer eating at the body and soul of the American church, Robert P. Jones says in his latest book, “The Hidden Roots of White Supremacy and the Path of a Shared American Future.”
Al Jazeera: Citing national security, the Danish justice minister announces a bill aimed at ending the provocative stunts.
The Associated Press: A coalition advocating for Native American people traumatized by an oppressive system of boarding schools for Native youths plans to digitize 20,000 archival pages related to schools in that system that were operated by the Quakers.
The Guardian: Melbourne archdiocese loses its legal bid to block a choirboy’s father from suing for damages.
Religion News Service: In her forthcoming memoir, Shannon Harris documents her journey from marrying purity culture celebrity Josh Harris to finding herself outside of her marriage and the church.
The Associated Press: Nicaragua’s government on Wednesday declared the Jesuit religious order illegal and ordered the confiscation of all its property.
The Nation: Will our own elites perform any better than the rulers of Chaco Canyon, the Mayan heartland, and Viking Greenland?
The Guardian: Opponents of a law passed in the Republican-run state argue that it is violation of religious freedom guaranteed in US constitution.
Sojourners: When today’s 3-year-olds will be 30-year-olds, climate scientists expect the height of the slowly unfolding climate disaster to have arrived.