For 40 years, The Other Side offered a vision of 'justice rooted in discipleship.'
I first heard of William Sloane Coffin in 1967, when he was a leading spokesperson for "A Call to Resist Illegitimate Authority," a manifesto pledging to "counsel, aid, and abet" young men in resisting the draft. It made a strong impression on me and, with other influences, led to my refusing to register with the Selective Service System two years later.
In a time of hardened hearts, the story of Exodus is relevant once again.
There's been a resurgence of entertaining protest - or, at least, protesting entertainers.