“We are here to talk about right versus wrong,” the Rev. William Barber II, co-chair of the Poor People’s Campaign, told hundreds of clergy.
Priests, pastors, imams and rabbis knelt at the border south of San Diego.
"Heal my heart and make it clean Open up my eyes to the things unseen Show me how to love like you have loved me. Break my heart for what breaks yours Everything I am for your Kingdom's cause As I walk f...
Now I’m wondering which Dr. King you were referring to? It must have been the sanitized myth of the “apostle of nonviolence” that America created in order to fit her narrative of exceptionalism.
If God was there at the cross, and Jesus rose again, then God could still be here —even after death, even after suffering, after divorce and betrayal. And the theology of the cross that is Lutheran not only heals, but it indicts.