Politicians and uninformed leaders are fond of saying that immigrants built this country, as a tenet of civil religion and political rhetoric.  Such hyperbole is

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Biblical justice has definite consequences for church and society, even more so for those in government roles today. The New Testament Book of James (Yaacov)

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An average president is a suboptimal leader who restricts the best future possibilities.  He or she reflects the best of the worst, but he or

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Ours is an age of lies and deception whereby truth has decayed or been circumvented by misinformation and disinformation. These distortions of truth have escalated,

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Reflections from a recent walking tour of sites of white privilege and black resistance along the path to racial justice. I welcomed the first crisp, cool Saturday

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By Dr. Drew Hill, Senior Pastor, Memorial Baptist Church, Arlington, Virginia Last summer during my sabbatical I made an unforgettable journey, a civil rights pilgrimage across our

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I loved watching the Cosby Show growing up. As a younger adult I used to watch the Cosby Show nearly everyday on DVD to give

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Life with Black people is about to get harder. When it became more commonplace for married women to work outside the home, a lot of

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