Friday's News & Ideas - 3/10/2017
- Christians stoking fear
- Keller on reaching skeptics
- Anti-Christian discrimination?
- Mennonite protestors
- Too public baptism
- Holes in the border fence
The new alarmism: How some Christians are stoking fear rather than hope
The Washington Post: James K.A. Smith asks, when did Christians start stealing scripts from home security commercials?
An evangelical pastor on reaching the religiously unaffiliated
Huffington Post: Rev. Timothy Keller spent nearly 30 years reaching out to skeptics in New York City. Here's what he's learned.
White evangelicals believe they face more discrimination than Muslims
The Atlantic: A new study suggests different groups of Americans see their country in radically divergent ways.
Trump turns apolitical Mennonites into protesters
McClatchy Newspapers: Trump's presidency, especially his temporary ban on immigration from some Middle Eastern countries, has turned many members of this Christian community into activists.
Too public baptism: Ex-Muslim loses lawsuit against church
Christianity Today: Oklahoma Supreme Court rules against convert tortured in Syria after Tulsa church publicized his conversion online.
Build a wall? Trump should talk to the man who spent 25 years fixing it
Albert Garcia, a 76-year-old retiree from the Border Patrol maintenance crew, spent more than two decades doing a job that never ended. As The Los Angeles Times reports, he was a welder who fixed holes in the border fence , every day, including some weekends.