All I could think was, “dear god, not again.”
As people of faith, we call on Mitch McConnell to live up to his oath—which is to say, to tell the truth.
Feeling strongly that you’re not a racist isn’t enough.
please stop thinking only of yourselves for a while.
Christians don’t get to check out of politics.
What if the reason that the youngest generations are falling all over themselves to find the exits to Christianity isn’t because liberals don’t hate gay people enough, but because young people have stared into the abyss of evangelicalism and seen the dead-eyed gaze of Franklin Graham, Pat Robertson, Jerry Falwell Jr., and Robert Jeffress staring back at them?
Why do we have to take the word of a racist that they’re not racist … all evidence to the contrary notwithstanding?
Professing to represent God while supporting a president who takes every opportunity to make miserable the very people God holds dearest to God’s heart is the very definition of “taking the Lord’s name in vain.”
Christians today betray their heritage whenever they fail to welcome the stranger who comes to them in need.
To the extent that white evangelicals—like their vice president—have turned their backs on strangers thrown into cages our tax dollars have paid for, they’ve demonstrated an execrable failure of moral imagination.
Where has our “look but don’t touch” approach to life gotten us?
It is about dividing us and the our oppressors.
Come on, Jesus expects more from us!
Life looks different on the other side of White Privilege.
What my daughter taught me about doing the right thing, even in the face of fear.