Category Archives: Justice

What It Means To Be An American


Both major political parties have now held their national conventions in advance of the fall election. During those conventions, two divergent views emerged of what it means to be an American. Of course, within each party you’ll find those who … Continue reading

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Fear or Love in America


A couple of weeks ago, I joined activists to gauge a local politician’s support for a permanent, year-round, emergency shelter for those who live on the streets. The lukewarm response from our local official centered around the fear that more services attract … Continue reading

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Where Are Your Wounds?

Hole in Metal, Small

“Where are your wounds?” This was the question posed by Rev. Allan Boesak, a South African Dutch Reformed cleric and anti-apartheid activist, at the Parliament of World Religions. He said that at the end of our lives we will meet our … Continue reading

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