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And We Thought We Left Race Behind?

By Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove American Christians in the Obama years half hoped we’d moved beyond race. Yes, the Civil Rights Movement was a moral cause, we told ourselves. But we have moved beyond that now. We...

Sunday in the South

By Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove Service starts at 11:00am at St. John’s Missionary Baptist Church. In eight months, Leah and I have never yet been on time. When we chain our bikes to the handrail on...

Protection or Exploitation?

interview by Dave Baker Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove is a pastor, writer and activist. He and his wife, Leah, founded The Rutba House, a Monastic community in Durham, NC. This interview addresses how Christians might respond...

The End of Sacrifice

by Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove It was in the early hours of Friday, December 2nd when they executed Kenneth Lee Boyd in Raleigh, North Carolina. He was the 1000th person to be executed in the United...