Alan Jacobs, "The Centrifugal Experience of Knowledge" | Books and Culture https://t.co/Qbqo3WafTw
This Orient Isle https://t.co/9UbwDw2hyw Philip Jenkins at the Anxious Bench blog
Heritage or hate? In Europe, commemorating a complicated past | Philip Jenkins, The Christian Century https://t.co/9eZyIIWMXK
Smithsonian to host 1st major US Quran exhibition - The Washington Post https://t.co/yGnmd2mhIP
A journey of friendship for 2 Baylor profs, from the Middle East to Texas https://t.co/mJyZvohpdO
Should Christians Support Gun Control? | Thomas Kidd - TGC https://t.co/ZbVEs7zV66
Trump taps outgoing Southern Baptist head for religious board https://t.co/tuELDHsPCn The Tennessean quotes Thomas Kidd
Trump Syllabus - The Chronicle of Higher Education https://t.co/UMnIbVXILJ with input from Philip Jenkins
A new reformation is under way: Philip Jenkins addresses mid council leaders at Presbyterian General Assembly https://t.co/eCcSOtxkCr
The Church and the American Flag | Thomas Kidd - TGC https://t.co/naYUhTbBDD

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God is not dead. Despite the predictions of academics and liberal religious leaders, the world is becoming more faith-filled, not less. According to Rodney Stark, the co-director of the Institute for Studies of Religion at Baylor University, there has been no rise of the “nones”—no increase in the number of the world’s self-professed atheists and no triumph of reason over revelation.
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