When I was in fourth grade, a teacher at our school placed a transparent picture on an overhead projector (remember those?) depicting a white man walking alongside Martin Luther King Jr., explaining that… Continue reading
Well, it’s actually notes on a speech from last year, but I can feel the speaker’s intend effect nonetheless: http://amahoro2013.tumblr.com/post/51545271334/bishop-zac-the-politics-of-the-kingdom-of-god Some selected excerpts: “The Australian government had a policy to take away these… Continue reading
Some may believe that the United States is the only nation in which government officials and companies benefit from fear-mongering, especially on the anniversaries of tragic incidents such as those experienced on the… Continue reading
Some pointers from Fr. Gustavo Gutierrez (paraphrased from A Theology of Liberation): 1) Your duty is to denounce social sin – the systems that oppress and alienate people. 2) Don’t make general statements.… Continue reading
What do noisy music, raising money, and land theft have in common? Nothing, it seems. That was my first thought when a friend recently invited me on a brief tour with his band… Continue reading
These relationships and dimensions of liberation are all spiritual insofar as “to know God is to do justice,” a prominent understanding of the Hebrew prophets and Jesus of Nazareth.