Need to know: Friday, July 5, 2019
'Attack on the Sanctuary Movement'
Some indigent immigrants would owe as much as $500,000 for overstaying their deportation orders. More from Religion News Service
Responding to Addiction
In 'Addiction Nation: What the Opioid Crisis Reveals About Us,' published last month, Timothy McMahan King combines his story with Christian theology and scientific studies of addiction. More from Religion News Service
The controversy is the latest political skirmish between Israelis and Palestinians over archaeological excavations. More from Religion News Service
Signs of the Times
Americans need to embrace a more mature and realistic patriotism, one that recognizes that everything is not perfect but that there is still something worth celebrating, writes Thomas Reese. More from Religion News Service
The data indicates that those who are 'nothing in particular' aren’t just cut off from organized religion. They have disconnected from many of the foundational structures that hold us together as communities, writes Ryan Burge. More from Religion News Service
'A Course in Miracles'
The New Age author was drawn to an esoteric kind of bible as an aimless young woman in the 1970s. It has made her a self-help megastar. And now it has entered the political mainstream. More from The New York Times
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