- Despite ‘huge’ hesitancy, seminaries branch out in online degrees: Theological education has increasingly left brick-and-mortar schools and headed back to congregations and family homes as more seminarians study online.
- The End of Protestantism: Protestantism is a negative theology; a Protestant is a not-Catholic. Whatever Catholics say or do, the Protestant does and says as close to the opposite as he can. (Peter Leithart)
- 5 churchy phrases that are scaring off millennials: Here is what I can tell you about millennials: We grew up on easy answers, catchphrases and cliché, and if we’ve learned anything, it’s that things are almost always more complicated than that. (On Faith)
- American Math and Reading Skills Are Slowly Getting Better: But the achievement gap between whites and minorities is wide and persistent. What the latest National Assessment of Educational Progress scores say about American education today. (The Atlantic)