As early voting begins in many states, the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant offers a poetic reflection. Read more


The stench of greed permeates every church or religious organization that ventures into the world of politics. This, above all, is why church and state must, absolutely must, disconnect, writes the Rev. Dr. Christy Thomas. Read more

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The Empire is obsessed with names and uses them to legitimize all forms of brutality, writes the Rev. Jeremy Smith in a Christian critique of recent U.S. foreign policy actions. Read more

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Life entails constant risk whatever our circumstances, and it does no good to pretend we're not afraid, writes the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant. Read more


On the heels of the midterm election's dismal turnout, the Rev. Jim Burklo suggests Christians reclaim their progressive heritage with a renewed politics of love. Read more


On Being Salt in Public Discourse

The Rev. Morgan Guyton encourages Christians to lift the virtue quotient of public discourse in this fall's highly charged political campaigns. Read more

Sep 10, 2012 6:54 PM Morgan Guyton