They have been told that this country is Christian, loving, and just — that the country is innocent.
“Everything here resonates with our deepest religious values to love our neighbors and lift from the bottom,” Barber said.
As Jan. 20 nears, one thing is certain: The U.S. needs as many prayers as possible.
“We need to have a sense of hope that another way is possible.”
What anti-Nazi pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer opposed in Germany mirrors the Christian nationalism in U.S. today, say scholars.
President-elect Biden has stated that he supports ending the federal death penalty.
While today may be a dark one, we remain prisoners of hope.
President Donald Trump said he plans to address the demonstrators on Wednesday.
February Reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle B.
The civil rights activist talks with Da'Shawn Mosley about technology, history, and finding one's voice.
A Bible study on Matthew 11.
Even in the role of oppressor.