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Stop the Killing

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As war rages on in Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere, and the United States, even after mistakenly bombing Syrian soldiers, continues to justify its militarism in the name of peace, Robert Koehler echoes the simple but profound advice of President Jimmy Carter: "Stop the killing."
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International Day of Peace: Can Politics Lead To Peace?

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Are you feeling overwhelmed by violence on this International Day of Peace? Adam Ericksen asserts that there is hope because the politics of violence can be transformed to the politics of peace.
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Daniel, God, and Apocalyptic Nonviolence: Bible Matters

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Adam Ericksen continues his exploration of the Bible with the apocalyptic book of Daniel. Daniel reveals the truth about human relationships, specifically the truth about human violence. Can this apocalyptic book lead us to peace? Or are we doomed to a future of violence? Explore this fascinating book with Adam in his installment of the Bible Matters series.
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National Anthem, America's Original Sin, and Christian Repentance as a Way Forward

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"Your Voice" author Samuel Son sees in the Christian theology of repentance the remedy to America's original sin of racism. In acknowledging and repenting of our sin of racism, he explains, we would not be renouncing our American identity but living into its fullest expression.
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Prisons: The Nightmarish Underbelly of the American Dream

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The nationwide prison labor strike on the 45th anniversary of the uprising at Attica prison calls attention to the dehumanization of prisoners and the continuation of slavery by another name. Lindsey Paris-Lopez supports the prisoners as they assert their human dignity and argues that prisons are the nightmarish underbelly of the American dream.
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Hillary Clinton: How to Be "Deplorable"

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While the fact that Donald Trump's open bigotry resonates with and energizes a segment of the American population is indeed reprehensible, Hillary Clinton's gross generalization throwing half of his supporters into the same "basket of deplorables" is in itself deplorable, Adam Ericksen asserts. "It's a case of classic scapegoating."

Daniel, God, and Apocalyptic Nonviolence: Bible Matters

Adam Ericksen continues his exploration of the Bible with the apocalyptic book of Daniel. Daniel reveals the truth about human relationships, specifically the truth about human violence. Can this apocalyptic book lead us to peace? Or are we doomed to a future of violence? Explore this fascinating book with Adam in his installment of the Bible Matters series.
September 20, 2016 0 comments

Stop the Killing

As war rages on in Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere, and the United States, even after mistakenly bombing Syrian soldiers, continues to justify its militarism in the name of peace, Robert Koehler echoes the simple but profound advice of President Jimmy Carter: "Stop the killing."
September 22, 2016 0 comments