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“Jason Trigg went into finance because he is after money — as much as he can earn…Why this compulsion? It’s not for fast cars or fancy houses. Trigg makes money just to give it away. His logic is simple: The more he makes, the more good he can do.” Read the full article at the Washington Post.
Don’t Pray for Oklahoma
“…mentions of God, miracles, and prayer have become the argot of post-disaster reportage. They shouldn’t be. If you want to pray for Oklahoma or thank God it didn’t kill more people, go ahead. But please, especially if you’re a journalist, keep it to yourself.” Read the full article at Slate.
Evangelicalism is political, but not a political movement
“But keep in mind: evangelicalism is religious movement, not a political one. We don’t just pop up during election years at the Iowa Caucuses. We’re here all the time, just waiting for the media to report on issues that we care about — issues that have nothing to do with politics.” Read the full article at Patheos.
‘Bootleg preacher’ Will D. Campbell, civil rights activist and author, dies at 88
“Country preacher and civil rights activist Will D. Campbell, author of “Brother to a Dragonfly,” died on Monday night at 88, the Nashville Tennessean has reported.” Read full article at AL.com.