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FREEP: Bloomfield Hills church blasted for plans to host anti-Muslim 9/11 event


CBS THIS MORNING: Condoleezza Rice: “I’m relieved” that U.S. walked away from talks with Taliban


WP: Trump accidentally tweeted an insult at a pastor. Here’s how the pastor responded.

The president had mixed up Jonathan Carl, the Kentucky minister with fewer than 375 Twitter followers, with Jonathan Karl, the ABC News reporter whose journalism had ruffled the feathers of the commander in chief.

Carl, who did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Washington Post, is the lead pastor at South Fork Baptist Church in Hodgenville, Ky. According to an online biography, he is an Iraq War veteran, holds a PhD from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and is raising three daughters with his wife.


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GUEST: Dr. David Murray is Professor of Old Testament and Practical Theology at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary and Adjunct Faculty at Westminster Theological Seminary.


NYT: The Church Where Believing in God Isn’t Strictly Necessary

“Valerie Oltarsh-McCarthy, who sat among the congregation listening to a Sunday sermon on the perils of genetically modified vegetables, is, in fact, an atheist.

“It’s something I never thought would happen,” she said of the bond she has forged with the church’s community, if not the tenets of its faith. She was drawn to the church, she said, by “something in the spirit of Rutgers and something in the spirit of the outside world.”

“Katharine Butler, an artist, was lured into Rutgers when she walked by a sandwich board on the street advertising its environmental activism.”


Charlie Camosy: What it means to ‘get’ religion in 2020

“Especially as coverage of the 2020 election cycle begins in earnest this fall, those who guard the doors to our public discourse should take explicit steps to make sure deeply religious folk see their views — unfiltered and untranslated — fully and regularly represented in our most important national conversations.” 


POLITICO: ‘Someone’s Gotta Tell the Freakin’ Truth’: Jerry Falwell’s Aides Break Their Silence

More than two dozen current and former high-ranking Liberty University officials and close associates of Falwell spoke to me or provided documents for this article, opening up—for the first time at an institution so intimately associated with the Falwell family—about what they’ve experienced and why they don’t think he’s the right man to lead Liberty University or serve as a figurehead in the Christian conservative movement.

JOHN FEA: Why the Recent *Politico” Piece Will Not Hurt Jerry Falwell Jr.’s Standing Among Many Conservative Evangelicals

EMMA GREEN: Why Some Christians ‘Love the Meanest Parts’ of Trump


WDIV: Fred McLeod, former Detroit sportscaster, dies at 67

OBIT: Joel Alexander, traffic reporter/helicopter pilot at WJR Radio in Detroit for over 30 years, dies


ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS: Todd Palin files for divorce from former Alaska governor Sarah Palin


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