Thursday's News & Ideas - 7/12/2018

www.faithandleadership.com | 7/12/2018 | Staff
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The New York Times: We don't just take cues about politics from our pastors and priests; we take cues about religion from our politicians, says Michele Margolis.

Vox: Marilynne Robinson and Margaret Atwood both set their novels in fictional Gileads, but that name has a much older history, Alissa Wilkinson says.

Vox - Paula - White - Jesus - Sinlessness

Vox: Paula White uses Jesus's sinlessness to defend Trump on family separation.

Religion News Service: After closing more than 700 churches and some mosques in March, Rwandan government officials have moved to institute guidelines for how faith groups operate in the majority-Christian East African country.

London - Guardian - Generation - UK

The (London) Guardian: The post-millennial generation in the UK are...
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