Faith And Reason Can Help Break Cycle Of Violence We Do To Ourselves, Others
Violence impacts us all – from the personal to the global.
“Love thy neighbor” means working against the violence we do to ourselves (suicide, addiction, etc.), the violence we do to our neighbors (domestic violence, crime, imprisonment, etc.), the violence we do against cultures (racism, ethnic cleansing, war) and the violence we do to the earth (pollution, poaching, hunting to extinction)...
Winright seeks to equip and enable students to think theologically, to inform their consciences about significant questions and issues of the day, and to be men and women for others. He is an active member of several professional and learned societies, co-editor of the Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics, book reviews editor for the international journal Political Theology and a contributing writer to Sojourners magazine.