Why is it that advocacy positions influenced by deeply held religious beliefs about poverty, hunger, disease, human dignity and related issues are seldom, if ever, critiqued from the left?
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By Yonat Shimron
Religion News Service
(RNS) Gabe Lyons thinks Christian culture warriors are on the wrong path.
His sixth annual Q Conferen...
Not that the evangelical old guard hasn't served others, but we are seeing a seismic shift in emphasis to one where it's all about translating belief into righteous action on behalf of others.
As time marches on for the planning of the next Q, strategically scheduled for Washington D.C. in 2012, an election year, time will only tell which form of Christianity takes center stage.
Between pauses for praise songs and worship, the Q conference buzzed with new possibilities for meeting human need and alleviating suffering around the planet.
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