Editor's Note: This week's Wrap was guest curated by Sojourners contributor Juliet Vedral. Read along for her top stories and notes from the week!
There are 21.3 million refugees, half of whom are children. The crises that typically create refugees last about 26 years and nearly 34,000 people are forced to flee their homes because of conflict each day. In this piece, musician David Crowder explains why providing education for these kids is a moral imperative.
If you're going to read one of the many articles about evangelicals supporting Donald Trump's candidacy for the presidency, this might be the most important.
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has an affinity for showing up shirtless around the country. Here's some helpful commentary on the, um, issue.
4. Simone Biles Takes Home Gold
This take on the way female athletes are talked about during the Rio Olympics (and in general) is hilarious and pointed.
The second best angle of any Olympics coverage I've read this week. Remember windbreaker outfits? This pictorial is enough to make you want to don some running whites (is that a thing?) and go jog on the beach in slow motion while the Chariots of Fire song plays on repeat.
Warning: this piece might make you regret your life choices.
The Birth of a Nation (coming to theaters this fall) is about Nat Turner's slave rebellion. In this piece, the director talks about his faith, scripture, racism, and his hopes for reconciliation.
For those of you who ever wondered if it was possible to combine bathroom humor and theology, this essay answers your question. Hilarious and thought-provoking at the same time.
As Socrates said, "know thyself." This quiz kept me and my coworkers busy for at least ... 20 minutes.