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Roseburg Pastors: ‘This Is Our 9/11’
Ministers ask for prayer as they counsel mourners, prepare for funerals.
Subscriber Access Only The Black Church: A Necessary Refuge
I learned at age five that many US churches are unsafe for black people.
Subscriber Access Only Lamentations: A Bottle for the Tears of the World
What one of the Bible's most neglected books teaches about our cries of grief.
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Burning Black Churches Rekindle Old Fears
(UPDATED) Two cases of arson found so far. Most weeks average five.
Morning Roundup 7/1/15
Saying Sorry; Religious Extremism; Muslim Minorities
Taking the Charleston Shooting Personally
Why Black Americans—and this time, white Americans too—can relate to the Emanuel Nine.
Stop Explaining Away Black Christian Forgiveness
The Charleston families did not forgive to express the values of their race, but to be faithful to their God.
A Lament for Charleston: What Makes This Mass Shooting Different
Christians respond to the deadly attack at a South Carolina church.
Going Deeper after the Charleston Murders
Evil like this calls for both anguished lament and better theology.
Charleston Church Attack the Deadliest in Decades
(UPDATED) President Obama sings 'Amazing Grace' at Clementa Pinckney funeral.
The Problem with 'Mad Max' Feminism
Is men’s propensity for violence really something to be imitated?
Why Boko Haram and ISIS Target Women
The oldest way to spread a religion is not to evangelize people; it’s to create new ones.
Is Parental Discipline a Black-and-White Issue?
Two Christian moms address the cultural divide over how we punish our kids.
My Top 5 Books on Nonviolence
Ron Sider picks readings that highlight the real-world achievements of alternatives to war and violent conflict.
Good Cop, Bad Cop, and the Baltimore I Knew
Responding to the recent protests over Freddie Gray’s death.
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Top Story October 6, 2015
Fractured by Freedom, South Sudan's Christians Show Off Successes
The Christian Case for Not Giving Up on the World's Most Fragile State
Why World Vision and local Christian leaders remain hopeful about South Sudan.
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