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Mark of Cain

The Biblical Roots of Racism

Karl Giberson, Ph.D | Posted 06.24.2016 | Religion
Karl Giberson, Ph.D

While it is true that most of the great abolitionists were inspired by their Christian faith, it is also true that their opponents were inspired by their Christian faith. As a result, much contemporary racism is rooted in Christianity.

Is White Supremacy Inherent to Mormon Doctrine?

Mette Ivie Harrison | Posted 06.18.2016 | Religion
Mette Ivie Harrison

Is it enough, white America? Is it enough to make us look at ourselves and wonder -- am I part of this problem? Am I doing anything to change racism? Will my children be part of a new problem or part of a solution? There is a particularly Mormon bent to this problem of racism.

The Mark of Cain

Stampp Corbin | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Stampp Corbin

All across the nation, business owners are refusing service to LGBT people in an attempt to build a firewall protecting discrimination by hiding behind the concept of religious freedom. It has become clear that interpretation of the Bible can now be used to refuse service to any group.

Jesse Hazelip's "Mark of Cain" at Known Gallery Highlights Prison Injustice

Lisa Derrick | Posted 01.12.2015 | Arts
Lisa Derrick

Transitioning into galleries, he continues to use wheat paste and paint public space, running his own "ad campaigns" with graffiti and posters to reach as many free minds as possible.

Thoughts for Ash Wednesday: The Dirt on David

Reverend William E. Flippin, Jr. | Posted 04.13.2013 | Religion
Reverend William E. Flippin, Jr.

The beginning of our Lenten journey is a unique one that marches us toward the cross and ultimately resurrection. Let us believe through faith that just as the dirt on David was removed, thanks to the love and mercy of God that a fallen humanity can also be scrubbed clean in the very same way.

Obama, Cal Thomas And The Mark Of Cain

Max Perry Mueller | Posted 10.15.2011 | Religion
Max Perry Mueller

What is offensive about Thomas' comments is not his xenophobic economic prognostication. Instead, it's Thomas' cavalier use of the biblical term "mark of Cain."