Do American lives matter more than others?
A friend of mine, a high school teacher, recently told me what happened when she addressed the issue of rape. I asked her to tell her story, and she agreed to […]
I recently finished reading Michelle Alexander’s, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, in which she convincingly argues that the “War on Drugs” and mass incarceration […]
The capital of ancient Assyria, Nineveh, is the setting for one of our most beloved Bible stories. Children in Sunday School giggle as they watch Jonah get projectile vomited from […]
There is a tremendous amount of fear in asking questions, particularly for Christians. We are the people with the answers, and the answer is always the same: you just need […]