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Epiphany: The All-Vulnerable God

As we await a transfer of power in the United States, Adam Ericksen reminds us that on Epiphany, God was found not in a powerful leader but in a vulnerable child. Likewise, God's kingdom is found not in powerful violence against others, but in vulnerable love for all. "Epiphany tells us that God is not all-powerful. Rather, God is all-vulnerable. God manifests not in a violent ruler, but in a baby."

Human Rights Day: A Call to Care

On the eve of Human Rights Day, Kathy Kelly visits a refugee camp in Afghanistan. She reflects that U.S. security would be better achieved if we refocused our energy and resources toward " caring for and respecting the world's most needy, not through the rampages of war and destruction which has made the US the most feared country in the world."

Democracy, Violence and the Risk of Tyranny: An Interview with Prof. Paul Dumouchel

This Wednesday, October 12, at 7:00pm Central Time, Suzanne Ross will interview Dr. Paul Dumouchel on violence, tyrrany, and terrorism in the context of the 2016 election. "The global world is a world of global violence," Prof. Dumouchel warns, and we would be served well by recognizing the new challenges that face those working for peace and justice. Don't miss this pivotal conversation!