Justice

‘Zero Dark Thirty’ as lament

“Zero Dark Thirty” is a visceral lament upon a decade of conflict and pursuit of one who caused this nation so much pain. Viewing the film creates an opportunity for people to gather communally and remember, grieve and have closure.

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Overlooking Joshua

Most Christians read Exodus as a story of liberation, but many Native Americans view it from the perspective of the Canaanites.

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Baptist deaths in 2012

Baptist journalists, pioneers in racial reconciliation and beloved leaders in the Southern Baptist Convention and Cooperative Baptist Fellowship were among deaths reported by ABPnews in 2012.

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A prayer for Sandy Hook

Where is God when innocents are slaughtered?

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Churches respond to Palestinian plight

Two Washington-area churches are working with the Alliance of Baptists to build support for the plight of Palestinian Christians.

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Groups support people with disabilities

American Baptist Home Missions Societies is among faith groups seeking to highlight the interests of Americans with disabilities in the current election campaign cycle.

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A Mormon, 2 Catholics and a Protestant go into a homeless shelter

What would it look like if the faiths of all the candidates in this presidential election caused them to rally around poverty?

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Koinonia Farms plans Jordan symposium

The birthplace of Habitat for Humanity is planning a month-long series of events celebrating both founders Clarence and Florence Jordan’s 100th birthday and the 70th anniversary of Koinonia Farms.

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Your money and your mouth

A lesbian minister doesn’t think boycotting Chick-fil-A will do anything to advance gay rights but the controversy points to a bigger issue: how you spend your money matters.

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Jimmy Carter: Prison reform issue of race

The former president says one thing missing from the New Baptist Covenant movement he is seeking to build is focus on “setting the captives free.”

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