Tuesday's News & Ideas - 4/18/2017
- Anglican division
- Travelling while Muslim
- Princeton Seminary path
- Bannon's theology
- Easter collection plate surprise
- Thick institutions
What Jeffrey John's rejection says about unity in the Anglican Communion
Religion News Service: Jasper John's rejection is about more than one man. It is about the worldwide Anglican Communion and the lingering division in its ranks over homosexuality.
The Trump touch
Commonweal: What it's like to travel while Muslim.
Princeton Theological Seminary's fiscal path forward may include selling real estate, fewer students
Princeton (N.J.) Packet: Princeton Theological Seminary is considering selling or leasing some of its real estate, including its campus in West Windsor, and shrinking the student body as part of a proposal designed to chart a sustainable fiscal path forward for the 205-year-old school.
The theology of Stephen K. Bannon
Religion & Politics: Bannon has crafted his own complex amalgam that combines aspects of Christianity with a profoundly dualistic worldview, an intensely negative view of Islam, and a quasi-apocalyptic historical narrative drawn from novels and popular sources.
Rare $300K coin to fund new home for Indiana church
Indianapolis Star: No matter how generous you think you were when the collection plate came your way on Easter Sunday, something a widow donated to her Valparaiso church earlier this year tops it. By a lot.
How to leave a mark on people
Some organizations are thick, and some are thin. Some leave a mark on you, and some you pass through with scarcely a memory, David Brooks writes at The New York Times. What makes an institution thick?