Wednesday's News & Ideas - 5/27/2020
- Breakaway Anglicans win land
- WA masses still suspended
- Pandemic & political response
- Truett to open extension
- Neurodiverse God
- Why reopen restaurants?
Breakaway Anglican group that left Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth wins property fight
Religion News Service: The ownership of the property has been in dispute since the ACNA-affiliate group broke away from the Episcopal Church in 2008.
Washington bishops continue to suspend masses out of ‘respect for human life’
HuffPost: The statement doesn’t put the best light on Donald Trump’s demand that all houses of worship be re-opened “right now” amid the COVID-19 crisis.
The politics of pandemics: Why some countries respond better than others
Knowledge @ Wharton: The capacity of a state and the degree of economic inequality among its residents will determine how successful it is in coping effectively with a pandemic like COVID-19.
Truett’s San Antonio extension to occupy space opened by Logsdon Seminary’s 2021 closure
Baptist News Global: Baylor University’s George W. Truett Theological Seminary has announced it will launch an extension campus in San Antonio, Texas, in 2021.
A neurodiverse God?
Christian Century: The parable of the widow and the unjust judge might give us a radical look at the face of God.
Who are we reopening for?
Reopening restaurant dining rooms still puts customers and employees at risk, Eater says. So why is it happening?
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