Immigration

When Hope isn't Found in the Resurrection

When Hope isn't Found in the Resurrection

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“For some, these questions are uncomfortable ones.  Like me, they were likely taught to never be angry with or to question God.  To do so was to be unfaithful, but I no longer believe that crap.  Jesus asked these very questions and experienced the same seasons of grief, fear and isolation that we all do, and yet Jesus found hope not in being delivered from evil, but in knowing that God was with him no matter what came.”

(By Rev. Bojangles Blanchard)

Returning...

Returning...

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“What I can do is bear witness to the impact that [Thich Nhat Hahn], his writings, his teachings, and his life had on me and, I suspect, other Western Christians. And while I have no idea if this was his intention…I can state, unambiguously, that his Buddhism made me a better Christian, a truth that I’d like to offer a few words to explain.”

(By Rev. Dr. James McLeod, Jr.)

Immigration: Myths & Facts

Immigration: Myths & Facts

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“Below is a list of the top ten myths and facts related to immigration in the United States. It was prepared by the National Immigration Forum. Though a bit dated, the information continues to address certain key talking points related to the topic. Consider using this as a resource in your in congregation, family, or community organizing group.“

(By Rev. Dr. Marc Boswell)

On Scriptural Interpretation

On Scriptural Interpretation

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“Perhaps, though, winning the day isn't something to realistically be expected. Perhaps vigilance and persistence in liberative readings is the most we can hope for as long as we continue to make this text central to our lives of faith.”

(By Marc Boswell)