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Would Jesus have wanted Christianity?
Why is it so hard to love your neighbor? Well I mean if you think of in terms of evolution and how we got here tribes and tribal affiliation kept us alive. So you had your group and it was your group against the world. And there was a threat. At any time you had no idea where the threat was coming from. And so the way that the species survived, the way that we got here was people held to each other, stuck close to each other because you never knew what threat was hiding in those bushes. https://bigthink.com/videos/would-jesus-have-wanted-christianity
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Am I too Gay for God?
Reverend Jide Macaulay, an openly gay Church of England minister, wants to marry his boyfriend but in doing so is forced to ask if he can reconcile the two sides of who he is, as both a deeply committed Christian and a proudly out gay man. https://www.bbc.com/news/av/stories-48936482/am-i-too-gay-for-god
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America has no law on paid leave for new parents
The president’s Commission on the Status of Women was unequivocal in its recommendation: “Paid maternity leave or comparable insurance benefits should be provided for women workers.” That conclusion was reached in 1963, when John Kennedy was president, but America still has no federal policy in place to guarantee working mothers or fathers paid time off to care for their new babies. It is one of only two countries in the world, along with Papua New Guinea, that have no statutory national policy of paid maternity leave. The average member of the oecd, a club of mostly rich countries, offers new mothers 18 weeks of paid leave.https://www.economist.com/united-states/2019/07/18/america-is-the-only-rich-country-without-a-law-on-paid-leave-for-new-parents?fsrc=scn/fb/te/bl/ed/americaistheonlyrichcountrywithoutalawonpaidleavefornewparentslookingafterbaby&fbclid=IwAR2AVTDDaUoUD5ODSVLQyitN1qi1I7VqJ8x3WV7dhCbNiNxBZKL0TM10a1c