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Study: Trauma-Informed Bible Reading Reduces Depression, Anxiety, Anger – feeds.christianitytoday.com

From feeds.christianitytoday.com Adam MacInnis Excerpt: One day soon the pandemic may be past, and COVID-19, a memory. But the trauma—from the isolation, seeing people die, facing financial stress, and living with loss and the anxiety of the unknown—will continue for a long time to come.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the percentage of American adults with recent symptoms of anxiety and depressive disorders increased more than 5 points between the summer of 2020 and the spring of 2021. One out of every 10 people reports having an unmet mental health care need.

“We’re going to see this level of trauma for many years,” said Nicole Martin, executive director of trauma healing at the American Bible Society (ABS). “It’s not just going to go away when everyone is vaccinated and everyone is allowed inside.”

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Towards Participating in the Great Commission: Remaining Opportunities in North America | The Exchange – feeds.christianitytoday.com

From feeds.christianitytoday.com Josh Laxton and Ed Stetzer Excerpt: Question 1: What are the most significant gaps and remaining opportunities in North America toward the fulfillment of the Great Commission? In our last article, we outlined four significant gaps that we, as evangelicals in North America, need to close in order to continue to participate and […]…

The Unearthed Conscience of Black Fundamentalism – feeds.christianitytoday.com

From feeds.christianitytoday.com Daniel R. Bare Excerpt: Seventy-four years ago, Carl F. H. Henry, the first editor of Christianity Today, produced his watershed volume The Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism. This work represented Henry’s clarion call for evangelicals to engage with the social ills facing the world, to apply the fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith to […]…

Why blame for Israel’s deadly stampede arrives at Netanyahu’s door – www.csmonitor.com

From www.csmonitor.com Ilan Ben Zion Excerpt: Jerusalem Officials came under growing scrutiny Sunday for ignoring warnings about safety lapses at one of Israel’s most visited holy sites, as the country mourned 45 ultra-Orthodox Jews killed in a stampede at a festival there. The disaster at Mount Meron also heated up the debate over the role […]…

Lupin and The Bureau toy with the fantasy of the master-hero – www.christiancentury.org

From www.christiancentury.org <div class=”field field-name-field-byline field-type-text-long field-label-hidden cc-listed-item-block-text__byline”> by <a href=”/contributor/kathryn-reklis” class=”cc-listed-item-block-text__author-link”>Kathryn Reklis</a> </div> Excerpt: Mathieu Kassovitz in The Bureau (Jean-François Baumard / Sundance) In the second episode of the French heist thriller Lupin (created by George Kay and François Uzan, streami…

Enough Is Enough: Asian American Pastors on Speaking Truth – feeds.christianitytoday.com

From feeds.christianitytoday.com Excerpt: Has the American church remained too silent about anti-Asian racism and violence? How can we respond with a biblical and unified voice? Join us for this free webinar featuring a dynamic panel of seasoned Asian American ministers in conversation about preaching hope, confronting anti-Asian hatred, and serving their diverse communities. Our Panelists […]…

A Theology of Gender – Dr. James Emery White, Christianity.com Blogs – www.christianity.com

From www.christianity.com Excerpt: Editor’s Note: This blog is the first installment of a three-blog series adapted from James Emery White’s latest weekend series, “Gender.”  The ontology of sex. It’s one of the most important conversations our culture is currently engaging, as in, “What makes someone male or female?” Biological science would say that much of the nature of […]…

Critical Theory as Method, Metanarrative, and Mood – Mere Orthodoxy – mereorthodoxy.com

From mereorthodoxy.com William Murrell Excerpt: In a recent article in First Things, “Evangelicals and Race Theory,” Carl Trueman enters into an increasingly contentious intramural debate amongst American evangelicals about the place of Critical Race Theory (and Critical Theory more broadly) in the life of the evangelical mind. Trueman echoes the concern of many evangelical commentators […]…