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News Headlines

February 9, 2018

  1. South Africa: Baptist World Alliance President Denied Visa to India (India Today)
  2. India: Indian Christians Upset as BWA President’s Visa Rejected (Morung Express)
  3. CBF Partners With Australian Baptists, Global Relief Organizations to Support Humanitarian Efforts to Rohingya Refugees (Cooperative Baptist Fellowship)
  4. Christian Group Plans ‘Revival’ to Protest ‘Toxic Evangelicalism’ (Colorado Springs Gazette)
  5. Evangelical Christians, Having Embraced Trump, Find White House ‘Front Door is Open’ (New York Times)
  6. The ‘Family Values’ Crowd is Silent on Rob Porter (Chicago Daily Tribune)
  7. 3 New Books Analyze Trump’s Faith and his Faithful Followers (Salt Lake Tribune)
  8. National Prayer Breakfast Was Eye-Opening – in Unintended Ways (Patheos)
  9. Trump Lauds Conservative Faith in America as Administration Struggles with Aide’s Abuse Allegations (CNN)
  10. Trump and Large Russian Delegation Attend National Prayer Breakfast, Organizers Say (Newsweek)
  11. Mexico-Based Light of the World Church Expects 100,000 at First U.S. Convening, Near San Bernardino (The Sun)
  12. China: Some Catholics See Restrictions as New Religion Rules Take Effect (National Catholic Reporter)

February 8, 2018

  1. Five Facts About the Religious Lives of African Americans (Pew Research)
  2. Why Repealing the Johnson Amendment Would Harm Houses of Worship (BJC)
  3. 400 Muslim, Christian, Jewish Leaders Sign ‘Washington Declaration’ for Religious Tolerance (Christian Post)
  4. Max Lucado, Russell Moore, Other Evangelical Leaders Demand DACA Deal for Dreamers (Christian Post)
  5. Nancy Pelosi Quotes from the Bible in Filibuster-Style Speech for Dreamers (Sojourners)
  6. Trump Squanders Moral Authority – for Evangelical Leaders (USA Today)
  7. Televangelist, Trump Evangelical Adviser Says Christians Do Not Need Flu Shot (Sojourners)
  8. Tony Dungy Under Fire for Saying Foles Played Well Because He’s Christian (New York Post)
    Middle East: Fifth-Century Church Discovered in Turkey Near Black Sea (Archaelogy.org)
  9. Middle East: How Did Israel Become a Place of No Refuge? (New York Times)
  10. Europe: Poland’s ‘Death Camp’ Law Tears at Shared Bonds of Suffering With Jews (New York Times)
  11. Europe: Cheddar Man DNA Shows Early Briton Had Dark Skin (BBC)

February 6, 2018

  1. The Christian Right’s Willful Faith in Trump (New Yorker Magazine)
  2. Poor People’s Campaign Launches at Capitol (Washington Times)
  3. Roscoe Jones Cheated Death During Freedom Summer (Meridian Star)
  4. An Actual Nazi is About to Get the Republican Nomination for a Congressional Seat (Huffington Post)
  5. On College Campuses, Some Evangelicals Find Room to Reflect (Deseret News/RNS)
  6. Neighbors Concerned About Indiana Church’s Homeless Ministry (South Bend Tribune)
  7. People Who Think About Leaving Religion But Don’t are More Likely to Feel Depressed or Hopeless (PsyPost)
  8. Canada: Millennials Abandon Hope for Religion But Revere Human Rights (The Conversation)
  9. Costa Rica: Evangelical, Ruling Candidate Face Runoff (Voice of America)
  10. Iran: Compulsory Veils? Half of Iranians Say ‘No’ to Pillar of Revolution (New York Times)

February 5, 2018

  1. In Atlanta and Montgomery, King’s Churches Bear Their Legacies Proudly (KAGSTV)
  2. Kentucky Missionary Hatches Plan to Save Zimbabwe Seminary Using Chickens (Kentucky Today)
  3. Polls Suggest Less Environmentalism Among U.S. Christians (Futurity)
  4. Evangelicals May be Driving Republicans to Embrace Dreamers (USA Today)
  5. Oasis Brewing Moves Into Old Denver Church (Fox31 Denver)
  6. Why Desperate Families are Getting Religion on Health Care Coverage (Hot Air)
  7. Costa Rica: Same-Sex Marriage a Key Issue in Election (WTOP)

February 2, 2018

  1. In Plains, Ga., President Jimmy Carter’s Sunday School Program Still Draws Crowds (Washington Post)
  2. W.V. Senate Committee on Eduation Takes Up Bill to Require Elective Courses on the Bible (Register-Herald)
  3. Church Gun Bills Teed Up in Florida Senate, House (The Ledger)
  4. The Radical – But Gentle – Faith of Mr. Rogers (Washington Post)
  5. Millennial Women Disengage from Catholic Church: Blame the Barriers (National Catholic Reporter)
  6. Fewer Missionaries Mean Fewer Missions for Mormon Church (Salt Lake Tribune)
  7. Minnesota Republicans Under Fire for Saying Muslims Infilitrating the Party (Huffington Post)
  8. Israel: Mysterious Pool and Fountain Discovered at Ancient Christian Site (Fox News)

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