Our Addiction to Violence, Reducing the Risks

Our Addiction To Violence

FEB 17, 2014 | BY: CAROL HOWARD MERRITT — In light of all the shootings, it seems like we ought to be able to pass gun restrictions. Why…

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A Response to the Life and Death of Philip Seymour Hoffman

Philip Seymour

FEB 12, 2014 | BY: T.C. RYAN — Like so many others I was deeply touched and troubled by the recent death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman…

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Why I am Not a Football Fan

Not A Football Fan

FEB 2, 2014 | BY: MORF MORFORD — I know it sounds like the ultimate American heresy, but I’m just not a football fan. And it has taken…

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Reflections on Ron Sider’s Newest Book, The Church on Killing

Tony Campolo Review Ron Sider New Book

JAN 30, 2014 | BY: TONY CAMPOLO — Ron Sider’s newest publication, The Church on Killing, is, as the subtitle suggests, a fairly comprehensive…

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What Violence Should Feel Like

Iceland Police Shooting

JAN 14, 2014 | BY: JOHN WATSON — Violence is clearly not a problem which is limited to law enforcement in the US. In 2009, the US had…

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The Inexcusable Freedom of Irresponsible Gun Owners

Sandy Hook Shooter Photo

JAN 11, 2014 | BY: CRAIG M. WATTS — The current level of “freedom” allowed for gun owners in many states gives far too much latitude…

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Tamayo’s Execution puts Missionaries Everywhere in Danger

Rick Perry Edgar Tamayo

JAN 10, 2014 | BY: RLC EDITOR — Edgar Tamayo Arias is set to be executed by the state of Texas on Wednesday, January 22. Tamayo…

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