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Tag Archives: social justice
At Wellesley College in 1969, Hillary Rodham, now Hillary Rodham Clinton, submitted her thesis about Saul Alinsky, a notorious community organizer. Hillary has been criticized in right-wing circles for doing this. At the Republican National Convention in 2016, neurosurgeon Ben … Continue reading →
Ken Wytsma with D.R. Jacobsen. Pursuing Justice: The Call to Live & Die for Bigger Things. Nashville: W Publishing Group (An Imprint of Thomas Nelson), 2013. This book is about why social justice should be important to evangelical Christians. Wytsma … Continue reading →
For my write-up today on Paul Knitter’s No Other Name? A Critical Survey of Christian Attitudes Toward the World Religions, I’ll comment on points that Knitter makes on page 221 and page 229. On page 221, Knitter states the following: … Continue reading →