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Week of July 25, 2021

Faced with Allegations, Anglicans Want to Change the Trajectory of Abuse Response
Faced with Allegations, Anglicans Want to Change the Trajectory of Abuse Response
Mishandled case in Wheaton has been a wake-up call for the relatively young denomination.
The River of Justice Flows Downhill
The River of Justice Flows Downhill
We can make modest progress through human effort, but only God can deliver true equity.
Former Mars Hill Elders:  Mark Driscoll Is Still ‘Unrepentant,’ Unfit to Pastor
Former Mars Hill Elders: Mark Driscoll Is Still ‘Unrepentant,’ Unfit to Pastor
Dozens of leaders from the preacher’s former congregation are calling for him to resign from The Trinity Church, where departing members are raising familiar concerns.
How Christians Are Rebuilding a Relationship with Colorado Springs
How Christians Are Rebuilding a Relationship with Colorado Springs
It’s one thing to tell the city that you’re there for its good. It’s another to show it.
As Denominations Decline, Faith Looks Different in Nashville
As Denominations Decline, Faith Looks Different in Nashville
In the Music City, CCM sales outpace country albums.

Week of July 18, 2021

Christian and Muslim Leaders Agree on Legitimacy of Evangelism
Christian and Muslim Leaders Agree on Legitimacy of Evangelism
World Evangelical Alliance and Nahdlatul Ulama sign “The Nation’s Mosque Statement” on sidelines of 2021 International Religious Freedom Summit, seeking a “harmonious world order.”
Platt’s McLean Bible Church Hit With Attempted Takeover, Lawsuit from Opposition
Platt’s McLean Bible Church Hit With Attempted Takeover, Lawsuit from Opposition
The suburban DC megachurch’s recent scuffle over race and politics is symptomatic of a broader evangelical rift.
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Georgia Church Loses Pastor, Then Its Assets, to Regional UMC Leaders
Georgia Church Loses Pastor, Then Its Assets, to Regional UMC Leaders
Conservative Methodists worry about their place in the denomination ahead of delayed plans for a split over LGBT issues.
After Challenging Season, World Relief Names New President
After Challenging Season, World Relief Names New President
Myal Greene is optimistic about resuming robust refugee resettlement programs under the Biden administration.

Week of July 11, 2021

Will Central Asia Become ‘Stans’ for Religious Freedom?
Will Central Asia Become ‘Stans’ for Religious Freedom?
Kazakhstan pledges improvements at 2021 IRF Summit in Washington DC, following footsteps of neighboring Uzbekistan.
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