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Not directly. But it's more complicated than you think, writes Princeton law professor Imani Perry.
"Most often, God comes into the world in the form of those we least expect: the blind, the leper, the foreign woman, and now, these immigrant families."
"Questions about citizenship seem to arise during periods when white Americans feel their identity is under attack."
Ahead of the midterm elections, the New York Times asked young evangelicals to tell them about the relationship between their faith and their politics.
"Children, communities of color, and people living in poverty get hit first and worst by loss of protections for water, land, and air."
“I call upon you to repent,” said one protester after reciting a Bible verse during the attorney general’s speech.
“In church circles and in seminary, I heard about Barth, Bonhoeffer, and those who resisted. But I rarely heard about the majority of white Christians who supported a demagogue whose rhetoric had violent consequences.”
“Those who die remain part of our lives. Death can’t break our connection to Jesus’ embodied spirit of love – he is with us always.”