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Black and White and Red All Over: Why Racial Justice Is a Gospel Issue
How civil rights pioneers convinced conservative Christians, and why civil rights is no longer a "culture war" issue (Russell Moore, Moore to the Point)
Rev. Franklin Graham gets involved in "Justice for Trayvon"
During a meeting Tuesday at the Billy Graham Library, evangelist Franklin Graham agreed to partner with the national NAACP in its efforts to fight for justice for slain Orlando teen Trayvon Martin. (WSOC-TV)
Are We Born With Some Notion of an Eye for an Eye?
Our research shows that by 8 months of age, infants prefer to play with puppets who treat bad individuals badly, even over those who treat bad individuals well. (J. Kiley Hamlin, Science and Religion Today)
Bishops Criticize Tough Alabama Immigration Law
A group of church leaders has formally denounced Alabama's new immigration law, calling it mean-spirited and un-Christian, and has vowed not to obey it. (The New York Times)
Opinion: Hiroshima’s lessons
What the Air Force should remember about Just War and nuclear weapons. -(Tyler Wigg-Stevenson, The Washington Post)
Give us our daily passage: Reading Bible tied to social justice issues
a new study by Baylor University researcher Aaron Franzen found frequent Bible reading predicted greater support for issues ranging from the compatibility of science and religion to more humane treatment of criminals (Ahead of the Trend, ARDA)
A Christian Group Seeks to End Extreme Poverty
Some 138 million Christians live in the United States—and they collectively earn $2.4-trillion per year. If each one of those people just slightly increased the amount he or she gives each year, they could eradicate extreme poverty by 2035 (The Chronicle of Philanthropy)
Brazil convict remains jailed in nun's murder
A rancher convicted of masterminding the murder of a U.S. nun who was also an environmental activist will have to stay in jail while his case is appealed, Brazil's top court ruled (Associated Press)
Wife of murdered German missionary hopeful about case in Turkey
The arrests of more people in connection with the murder of three missionaries in central Turkey in 2007 has created hope for the widow of one of the victims. (Hurriyet Daily News)
Opinion: A Case for Hell
While large majorities of Americans believe in God and heaven, belief in hell lags. How did they lose the fear of damnation? (Ross Douthat, The New York Times)
Our Bodies Were Made for You, O Lord
Our Bodies Were Made for You, O Lord
We've been designed, right down to the DNA, to love and serve our maker.
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