Evangelicals Debate The Meaning Of ‘Evangelical,’ The New York Times — Evangelical Christians can celebrate knowing that they are part of a movement that has never been so powerful or so large. But like any dominating force, evangelicalism is not monolithic, and it seems that now, at a time of heightened power, old fissures are widening, and new theological and political splits are developing. The image above is from this article.
A tribute to Easter:
Easter At The Georgia Dome, The New York Times — this article chronicles what is claimed to be the world’s largest Easter celebration. I doubt it tops the 100,000+ that were in the Vatican.
Pope Finds His Own Voice With Easter Message, The London Times — details about the new Pope’s first Easter message, discussing everything from the power of nuclear weapons to the power of the cross.