Due to both domestic and technical issues, the Ekklesia daily news bulletin hasn't been running this week - but it will be back in action on Monday 21 May.
We've also had a slightly slower week than usual on the News Brief. But there are a couple of new feature articles (on the legacy of slavery, and on the World Bank saga) plus comments on migration, young offenders and the Pope's remarks on Marxism. And we have some significant reports in the offing - as well as a meeting on "Jesus' Family Values" with New York New Testament professor Deirdre Good.
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