Undoing the Mess That America Made

Iraq

Just before the United States and the United Kingdom, along with token forces from a handful of other countries, invaded Iraq for the second time, Wheaton College staged a debate between Gary Bauer (a one-time candidate for the Republican nomination for the presidency) and me over the wisdom and the morality of the invasion.

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Why Privileged People Love Quoting MLK

MartinandMalcolm

If you’re outspoken on the issue of race, chances are, at one point or another, you’ve had a conversation with a so-called “pacifist” who has cited Martin Luther King. King was nonviolent, they say, so would-be revolutionaries should be patient and think about how they’re pursuing racial justice.

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From Tubal-Cain to Jesus: Waging Peace in a World at War

Headertools

The recent movie Noah (2014) casts Tubal-Cain as the antagonist, organizing an army to take the Ark.

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How Jesus Views Women

Samaritanwomanatthewell

Until we learn to see women as Jesus sees them, we’re not going to change a thing.

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Acting Like A State: ISIS, the US, and Jesus as Lord

Iraqiboys

But ISIS is different. It aims to be a state on the world stage and uses a Western name for its territory–the Levant. ISIS isn’t subverting Western dominance. It’s confronting it head on.

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A Nonviolent Uprising

Nonviolence

This nonviolent uprising has been incredible to watch. A slow, steady, disciplined movement in Ferguson has caught the world’s attention.

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Why I Won’t Watch #RayRice

Janay Rice

Have you seen it? The Ray Rice video? The one where he knocks out his then-fiance, now-wife?

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