Dying by Guns

Inez Tuck, MDiv, PhD, IJF Advisory Board Member I’m shocked, disappointed, saddened, and outraged over the recent mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado. Innocent lives were taken by one person with an automatic pistol. We mourn across the nation for these...

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American Exceptionalism: Really? For Whom?

Dr. Henry Allen, IJF Advisory Board Chair In popular culture, among voluntary immigrants and those less informed sociologically, it is often assumed or internalized by many citizens that the United States is exceptional.  To wit, the notion is that the...

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Indiginous People’s Day: Rev. Jim Melson

Indiginous People’s Day: Rev. Jim Melson

An article from our new partner Cornelius Corps This week there was a holiday that had a new name in Virginia where I live. For the first time, the second Monday in October was called Indigenous Peoples Day instead of...

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A Biblical Critique of Secular Justice and Critical Theory By Timothy Keller

A Biblical Critique of Secular Justice and Critical Theory By Timothy Keller

This article was originally taken from Quarterly Gospel In Life.com This is an additional article in the series on justice and race by Timothy Keller that includes: “The Bible and Race” (March 2020), “The Sin of Racism” (June 2020), and...

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