Sibling rivalry among three faiths
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are connected as older and younger siblings. It's an asymmetrical relationship.
Don’t avoid conflict, avoid triangles
It's up to pastors to remind each other to talk to people instead of about them.
The gospel as a second language
A fast-growing number of people do not have a religious first language. And many churches don't seem eager to connect with them.
Life in limbo for an immigrant teen
Most DACA recipients have family ties, school and work histories, and future plans that start and end here. But they have only a fragile legal footing.
Economist Ana Revenga
"The biggest driver of success against global poverty is economic growth—but not any kind of economic growth."
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