Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove and Rev. William J. Barber II say that addressing white poverty is a way to address the ways that “race has always been used to split poor people.”

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 From Episcopal bishops to Democratic presidents, Christian nationalism doesn’t just show up among conservative evangelicals according to the authors of ‘Baptizing America.’

I want to understand the intersection of Miami, Latino, and church culture, but I wondered whether I would burst into flames when walking into church.

Around 120 faith organizations will fan out across more than 50 Pride events in 16 states to de-escalate the actions of extremist anti-LGBTQ+ hate groups.

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Christians would do well to reject the premise that there are throwaway people.
A look back at Rev. Will D. Campbell’s controversial commitment to people, not causes. 
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The recent revival of three plays subtly infused with Catholicism from the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright.

“We call this place Eden,” says Eduardo Rodríguez, gesturing to the location he has suggested for our interview. It isn’t hard to see why. A small stream winds its way through lush tropical foliage and smooth boulders; long vines hang from the canopy and dip into the crystal-clear pool created where the stream cascades in a small waterfall. 


My motherhood is not seen on TV.

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