Daily News Headlines

News Headlines

October 12, 2018

  1. Half of Pastors Approve of Trump’s Job Performance (Christianity Today)
  2. Texas Evangelical Groups are Suing for the Right to Discriminate Against LGBTQ Workers (Vox)
  3. Christian Post Publisher Charged in $10 Million Fraud Scheme (Christianity Today)
  4. Witches Outnumber Presbyterians Among US Millennials (World Religion News)
  5. Freedom from Religion Foundation’s Atheist Relief Group Sues IRS Over Tax Exemption (RNS)
  6. What Happened to the Catholic Church? (National Catholic Reporter)
    Eastern Europe: Ukraine Wins Approval for Historic Split with Russian Church (Reuters)
  7. Egypt: 17 Sentenced to Death for Coptic Christian Church Attacks (BBC)
  8. China: Government Legalizes ‘Reeducation Camps’ for Muslim Uighurs (ABS-Com)
  9. Australia: Why Does a Donkey Have a Cross? (ABC Australia)

October 11, 2018

  1. Trump Doesn’t Fit Christian Standard for ‘Moral,’ Progressive Evangelicals Say in Response to Falwell (Huffington Post)
    DC’s Bible Museum Just Hired a Jewish Exhibits Director as it Overhauls Its Staff (RNS)
  2. Tennessee Historic Church Sale for Development Coming Soon to Murfreesboro Council (Daily News Journal)
  3. Not Even One Empty Sunday as One Church Closes in South Carolina and Another Moves In (Greenville News)
    Middle East: Why is Israel Scared of This Young American? (New York Times
  4. Europe: Christian Bakery Wins ‘Gay Cake’ Ruling from UK Supreme Court (CNBC)

October 10, 2018

  1. How Church Communities Can Help Lower African-Americans’ Blood Pressure (CNN)
  2. Black Clergy, Critiquing the National Divide, Announce Plan to Forge Their Own Path (RNS)
  3. Jerry Falwell Urges Trump Support: ‘He’s a Moral Person’ (The Guardian)
  4. Evangelical Christians Against Trump Are Trying to ‘Flip Congress’ With Bus Tour Ahead of Midterms (Newsweek)
  5. Beto O’Rourke May Benefit from an Unlikely Support Group: White Evangelical Women (New York Times)
  6. Europe: Being Anglican in Ireland Can Only Become More Difficult Due to Brexit, Says Archbishop (Irish Times)
  7. Israel: This is the Oldest Known Inscription Bearing the Full Name of Jerusalem (Live Science)


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