Here’s today’s selection of articles related to theology, faith, and the church:
A study by the Chronicle of Philanthropy has found that religious organizations have been donating more during the recession than other charitible groups.
Two Iraqi Christian brothers were shot and killed by Islamic terrorists yesterday, another attack in a long series of attacks on Christians in Iraq.
Boston University professor complains about the commercialization of Christmas–especially long before Thanksgiving even starts.
A summary of the FCA Conference in Africa, which provides a statement on its commitment to orthodox Anglicanism, in Africa is presented on the website of the Anglican Diocese of New England.