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Mandela's Utilitarianism and the Struggle for Liberation

Stephen Zunes | Posted 02.17.2014 | World
Stephen Zunes

In the weeks since his death at age 95, Nelson Mandela's thinking on the strategic direction of the liberation struggle in South Africa has been oversimplified by proponents of nonviolent and armed resistance alike.

Immigration Reform: It Ain't Over Until God Says It's Done

Jim Wallis | Posted 02.12.2014 | Politics
Jim Wallis

Congress ends its December session today, and we will break down the tent. But this is not the end of the Fast for Families; it is only the beginning. It's time to take our movement deeper, take this nation deeper, and take our political debate to a much deeper level.

Is the Right to Vote Really Worth Fighting For?

Rev. Ruth Hawley-Lowry | Posted 04.23.2013 | Politics
Rev. Ruth Hawley-Lowry

One line, in particular, haunted me from the New York Times piece: "Chief Justice Roberts seemed skeptical about the continued need for Section 5. 'Things have changed in the South,' he said."

Revelation: Who Likes It, And Who Doesn't

Greg Carey | Posted 04.14.2012 | Religion
Greg Carey

Revelation reveals what it means to worship God and Christ. It challenges believers to faithful living in the midst of cultural pressure to compromise.