Interesting links for the week of April 12, 2021

Evangelicals and Critical Race Theory Why is Jesus Still Wounded After His Resurrection? The Church and Young Racial Justice Activists Abortion and Liberalism Christians and Conspiracy Theories (Deseret News)  Book Review: Pelican Project Member Anne Kennedy reviews Jesus and John Wayne by Kristin Kobes Du Mez PODCAST: Nadia Bolz-Weber interviews Joshua Harris (author of I Kissed Dating Goodbye) […]

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Interesting links for the week of April 6, 2021

Why is Jesus Still wounded after the Resurrection? Church attendance falls below the Majority for the first time Hope for a better world starts with the Resurrection Nuns in India are working together to end child trafficking Max Lucado writes about Jesus’ empathy PODCAST: Will Liberty return to its Baptist roots? Cover photo by Tom […]

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Interesting links for the week of March 29, 2021

82-year-old church goer dresses up for 52 weeks of virtual services Kids’ takes on how to get the boat out of the Suez Canal Are there psychological risks of meditation? David French writes about the dark past (he says is still relevant) about Kanukuk Camps Evangelical disillusionment is finding a home in book clubs VIDEO: […]

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Interesting links for the week of March 22, 2021

Atlanta spa shooting suspect removed from his church A reflection on the life of father and marathon runner Dick Hoyt Meet the woman who helped fuel the 20th-century transformation of evangelicalism Pope Francis says priests cannot bless gay marriages PODCAST: Pelican Project Member Karen Swallow Prior visits Phil Vischer’s podcast to discuss Beth Moore’s Exit from […]

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Interesting links for the week of March 15, 2021

Reflections on Beth Moore’s departure from the Southern Baptist Convention Evangelist Luis Palau has died A profile on Rachael Denhollander, one of the women taking on sexual abuse in the church The psychology of returning to “normal” after the pandemic IF: Gathering raises $1.5 million in five hours for Bible translation costs PODCAST: Author Jemar […]

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Interesting links for March 5, 2020

Dr. Seuss Enterprises will no longer publish six books it deems racist Timothy Keller reflects on his faith in the midst of recent medical diagnosis A year of lessons from the pandemic (like, do we really need pants?) Only 54% of white evangelicals definitely or probably will get the Covid-19 vaccine Bethany Christian Services will […]

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Interesting links for the week of 3/1/21

Humanity and the fulness of life Willow Creek founder Bill Hybel’s daughter apologizes for his abuse Gen Z is adjusting career goals (and making money) during the pandemic What might happen if the Equality Act passes? Pelican Project Member Melissa Cain Travis writes about virtue and the human question for happiness PODCAST: Hip hop artist […]

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Interesting links for the week of February 22, 2021

Alarming response from some ministry leaders to the Ravi Zacharias abuse scandal Withdrawing from women not the best method to avoid a situation like the Ravi Zacharias abuse scandal Clutch member Shelly Wildman wrote about the work of waiting Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians speaks to today’s multiethnic church congregations Is the evangelical view […]

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Interesting links for the week of February 15, 2021

Ravi Zacharias International Ministry releases statement about sexual abuse and misconduct by founder (article includes link official report)  More than ¼ of evangelicals believe core QAnon conspiracies  Being pro-life in the midst of the pandemic  Women are more present in the Bible than you may think  Following Jesus in a polarized world  What the digital […]

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