martedì 13 giugno 2017

The New York Times
(Laurie Goodstein) The protests against President Trump’s policies since he took office have included marches of women, immigrants and scientists. There was no march for people of faith. And yet, at every one of those other marches, large contingents of religious people joined in. They carried signs identifying their churches and synagogues, and often citing the scriptures that motivated them to participate. (...)