Noteworthy: 2017 – Week 27

Clippings from articles that I found noteworthy this past week:

Michigan Conference Bans George Knight’s Books from Its ABC Stores full article.

Andrews University Names VP for Diversity and Inclusion. New position was created to provide leadership for equity and diversity on campus. – full article.

Where Have All the Babies Gone? Birth Rate in U.S. Reaches Record Low. The birth rate in the United States declined to a record low in 2016, according to new data released by the National Center for Health Statistics. – full article.

Christian Singing Group’s Cover of ‘What a Beautiful Name’ Gets over 11 Million Viewsfull article.

Church, Family, Millennials, and the Success Sequence. When people get educated, get a job, get married, and then have babies, and in that order, their lives go dramatically better. George Will wrote yesterday about the “Success Sequence.” – full article.

Pathfinders Views on Healthful Living. At the 2014 Forever Faithful International Pathfinder Camporee (FFIPC), the Institute of Church Ministry (ICM) conducted research on attendees’ views on various areas of their lives; this study included 940 participants. – full article.

Series Focused on Transformed Lives Captures Six Awards. “Life on the Line” tells stories of people impacted by Loma Linda health ministry.  – full article.

Mark Zuckerberg Is Clueless About Church If He Thinks Facebook Can Replicate It. Facebook reflects a diseased society that has failed to share its faith with the next generation, and has succumbed instead to moralistic therapeutic deism. – full article.

Review: Spider-Man: Homecoming – Diverse, entertaining reboot has some language, violence. full review.

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