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A Father's Day Reflection

It’s daunting for me to even begin writing about Fathers’ Day … I’ve often said that fatherhood is probably the most meaningful experience in my life, and my debt to and love for my father goes beyond words...
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Is the Quran Divinely Inspired?

Here's the Q: I will keep this short and to the point. I am a devout Christian and will stay that way. But, I am also exploring Islam and trying to learn how to live at peace with our Muslim brothers and si...
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Violence in the Name of Faith

I received a question from a reader recently that asked: You write a lot about the plight of the Palestinians. Do you have anything to say about the murder of the Fogel family in Israel this past month, an...
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Budgets Are Still Moral Documents

The What Would Jesus Cut? campaign, launched by assumes that massive budget cuts are coming, but raises the question of where we start. As Shane Claiborne expounded on yesterday, there are many areas of our...
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Post-Colonial Theology

Call me cynical, but here’s my suspicion: Adjectives in front of theology are deceptive. Yes, they’re needed; no, I’m not against them, but still, they’re deceptive. Here’s how. By distinguishing some the...