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Carl Trueman offers a full-throated call to oppose Pride month and its use of the rainbow symbol with the same drive that we oppose racist symbols such as Confederate flags and statues.
Jerry Bowyer—The Christian Post
Paging Brian Grimm of the Religious Freedom and Business Foundation. Your work is desperately needed. A new report on religious and political diversity among corporations shows disappointing results, with the average score being 12 out of 100.
Richard Ostling—Get Religion
One hundred years ago, Harry Fosdick asked if modernists or fundamentalists would win the fight for Christianity’s soul. Today many journalists seem to assume the fundamentalists won, but Richard Ostling invites them to re-examine that assumption.
Shirley Mullen—Heterodox Academy
The easy assumption is that universities that require statements of faith to attend limit academic freedom. But a former president of one such university makes the case that by creating a community with shared beliefs, they are able to articulate a voice in a larger marketplace of ideas.
Nathanael Blake—Public Discourse
The author had hoped to have children much younger than typical for highly educated, dual-career couples. But a combination of circumstances prevented that, leading him to have children at about the age many of his peers did. He has some thoughts about the drawbacks of this status-quo.