Miguel De La Torre
Miguel De La Torre is professor of social ethics and Latino/a studies at the Iliff School of Theology in Denver and an ordained Baptist minister.
A great moral struggle is raging in this land as the majority move toward dismantling the residue of centuries of oppression.
The fictional serial killer justified his actions by adhering to a “code.” Some Christians may do the same thing.
The book of Genesis is answering cosmic questions. Are they the same questions contemporary Christians are asking?
In the spirit of The Screwtape Letters, with just a bit of updating.
If religious liberties do not include all religions, then our rhetoric becomes the height of hypocrisy.
Seventeen months after a mass shooting at a nearby movie theater, gun violence has once more erupted in a typical Colorado neighborhood.
Woe to those who continue to ignore the greatest human-rights violation occurring in this country today.
The idea that landowners have exclusive rights to do whatever they want with their property is a far cry from the land stewardship modeled in Scripture.
“First do no harm,” a principle precept of medical ethics, hasn’t prevented medical experiments that exploit the poor.