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A Case for Christocentric Nonviolence

There is little to no biblical evidence that Christians should use violence to confront evil.

The Fuller Blog

A Pilgrimage to Ferguson for Racial Justice

In Ferguson, the struggle for racial justice manifests as the people versus the systems of policing, housing, education, prison, job opportunities, and more. Without social equity in these areas, Ferguson is hard pressed to experience racial reconciliation.

Brandon D. Smith

It’s the End of the World as We Know It (And We Feel Fine)

Eschatology isn’t meant to freak us out or check us out; according to the apostle Paul, it’s meant to impact us right now.

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