Welcome to G3 Weekly—a summary of this week’s top news stories on Christianity and the public square.
This week, President Joe Biden announced a policy to cancel $10,000 in student loans per borrower. Progressives are expanding their usage of the term “Christian nationalism” into the upcoming midterm elections. Meanwhile, the majority of Protestant ministers in the United States affirmed in a survey that women can serve as pastors.
Biden Unveils Policy to Cancel Student Loans
“The wicked borrows but does not pay back” (Psalm 37:21).
President Joe Biden announced that his administration will attempt to cancel $10,000 in student debt per borrower earning under $125,000 per year, while those who paid for school using Pell Grants are eligible for a $20,000 loan cancellation.
The commander-in-chief asserted that the policies keep with his campaign promises and will “give working and middle…