Tagged: nonviolence

Christians and July 4

Celebrate with Kingdom lenses, not Americanized ones. by Kurt Willems For the past several years I have publicly discussed why I tend to avoid associating myself with Independence Day. I posted what I called...

Making Love Louder than Hate

by Darren Calhoun Tomorrow will mark my sixth year of being part of counter-protest efforts at the Chicago LGBTQ Pride parade. This effort started with the “I’m Sorry” campaign in 2010.  At that time,...

When the Bible Is Bad for You

by Brian Zahnd I love the Bible. I read the Bible. I read the Bible every day. I’ve been a serious student of the Bible for over forty years. I don’t know how many...

Method #149: Quasi-Legal Evasions and Delays

In 1987, Canada attempted to approve a new constitution, one that would give renewed rights and recognitions to Quebec but which failed to even make mention of the presence or rights of the First...

Method #162: Sit-In

After police officers in Nasr toured a group of lawyers, their colleagues soon surrounded the police station, carrying out a sit-in to call for those involved to be brought to justice.

Music to Break the Heart

Interview with David Gungor by Jennifer Carpenter Racism, church division, armed conflict, doubt—friends David Gungor and John Arndt of The Brilliance take on all kinds of heartbreak on their latest album, Brother (Integrity). The...