We cannot allow the history of a brutal genocide to repeat itself in Sudan, nor denial and inaction to repeat itself in Washington, D.C., but both are happening at this very moment
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When President Obama addressed the American people and the world on the military operations in Libya, he spoke of a responsibility to act.
My alarm went off at 5 a.m. today. As I sat up and unzipped my sleeping bag, a gust of Oklahoma wind bitterly ushered me into a new day. Drops of rain splashed my face, extinguishing the last few embers of my sleepiness.
It's one thing to go to the "Holy Land" and see where Jesus worked and walked in the past.
Too many white evangelicals stand for torture, according to a recent Pew Forum study reported by CNN.com.