Monday's News & Ideas
Religion comes to Davos Forum
Associated Press: Who created Davos, and why does it exist? Questions about God and religion were rife at the World Economic Forum in the Swiss resort of Davos this year.
Justin Welby: from mammon to man of God
The (London) Guardian: After his enthronement next week, the new archbishop of Canterbury will need all his smart business skills -- honed while an oil executive -- to unite the worldwide Anglican communion.
Rev. Lillian Daniel on "Spiritual But Not Religious"
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly: Lillian Daniel has had enough of outsiders who bash the church, and of church people who don't protest.
Generation Wesley -- John Wesley Fellows keep founder's flame alive
United Methodist Reporter: John Wesley is long gone, but a fellowship program bearing his name is going strong and helping to keep his approach to theology alive.
Sightings: Recent joiners to the debate over immigration reform may or may not be friendly to religion, but they see business reasons to "welcome the stranger."
Big thinkers have been selling the push-button as the key to the future since way before the Jetsons, Pacific Standard magazine reports. In the late 19th and early 20th century, the push-button became the perfect symbol of modernity. Just push a button , and it's all done automatically!
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