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#FaithandCulture Reading: Communion on the Moon, Burnout, Poverty, Religious Liberty

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In today’s #FaithandCulture Reading, we cull a brief list of some of our favorite articles of the week. Today, we highlight resources on burnout, poverty and religious liberty from Joe Carter, Jenn Hesse, Bruce Ashford, Andrew Spencer and Thomas Kidd.

9 Things You Should Know About the Communion Service on the Moon

Joe Carter writes at The Gospel Coalition about a little known story from the moon landing 50 years ago.

3 Myths That Fuel Burnout (and 1 Truth That Destinguishes Them)

Jenn Hesse writes about burnout and hope in this article at The Gospel Coalition.

Community as the Solution to Poverty

What’s a potential solution to poverty? Community, explains Andrew Spencer in this article at The Institute for Faith, Work and Economics.

New History Textbook Grapples with America’s Complex Religious History

Thomas Kidd interacts with a book on religious liberty in America.

Acton Line Podcast: Glimmers of faith in North Korea; American religious liberty in a secular age

Dr. Bruce Ashford talks with the folks at the Acton Line Podcast addresses the relationship between family and state and how he sees the breakdown of the family in America.

What other articles would you recommend?

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