No One Is Beyond Redemption: What Billy Moore Taught Me


In the fall of 2010, I was working for the Montana Abolition Coalition to pass a bill that would end the state’s death penalty. As a part of my work, I had the opportunity to attend the Kairos Conference in Atlanta, sponsored by People of Faith Against the Death Penalty.

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Jim Foley, ISIS, and What I Learned from Being Kidnapped


We sat on mats in a traditional sitting room in a remote village of northwestern Iraq. One of our captors guarded the door with his assault rifle at the other end of the room.

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Reading Revelation in An Unjust World

Good News Of Revelation AMZ

The sole reason for Revelation’s existence is to encourage people who are suffering injustice.

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The Dangers of Jaywalking: White Power, Black Rage, and Ubuntu in America


When the police in Ferguson, MO, released the name of the officer who shot Michael Brown last week, they also released surveillance camera footage of Brown in a convenience store, purportedly shoplifting.

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38 Minutes to See What’s Behind Ferguson, MO


It’s helped me begin to see what’s happening in Ferguson, MO. Not what’s on the news, but what’s weighing on their souls when they hear the news that one more black man has been gunned down by law enforcement.

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Beyond the Diminished Cross

Beyond The Diminished Cross

JULY 18, 2014 | BY: CRAIG M. WATTS — There is a lot more to the cross of Jesus than you are likely to learn from those who endlessly say…

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The Rapes and Hangings in India: the Tragedy of Us and Them

Violence In India

JUNE 29, 2014 | BY: JOHN WATSON — Rape is endemic in India, with a reported rape every 22 minutes. Add to that the unreported rapes…

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