Words have consequences. In the past few weeks, we have seen just how dire those consequences can be.
The time has come for comprehensive immigration reform. After several failed attempts in past years, the president has promised it and the White House is showing a clear commitment to it.
I was glad to see Daoud Kuttab's recent post on Obama and Arab Christians.
About a month ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Rev.
Is it possible that we as Christians just aren't angry enough about injustices like human trafficking and slavery? Perhaps we've grown too desensitized, domesticated, and docile.
Homecoming is on my mind in this day and this hour.
In our recent blog, we described how money "creation" meets the needs of a gradually expanding economy
I heard a preacher once say, "Don't let facts blind you to the truth." What did he mean? Facts, misunderstood or taken out of context, can take us further away from, rather than closer to, truth.
"The Bible knows nothing about peace without justice," said that great prophet of joyful restorative justice, Desmond Tutu, when he received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984.
Many in the Republican Party and some noteworthy Christian leaders have come together to call Judge Sotomayor a racist.