Nonviolence . . . Human trafficking . . . Women . . . . The elderly . . . Immigrants' rights . . . Housing. . . Children . . . Prisoners' rights . . . Health care . . . World Hunger . . . Globalization, as it affects Latin America . . . Care of the earth . . . Seamless ethic of life

Note: The ideas and opinions expressed in this blog are solely those of the author's and should not be ascribed to the Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes or its members.

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Racism Is a Faith Issue

By Jim Wallis 01-07-2016

Author’s Note: I applaud InterVarsity’s support for Black Lives Matter, which the group announced at its Urbana15 gathering last week. Racism is indeed an issue of faith that the church must address. It’s an issue of missing the imago dei within each and every one of us. This excerpt from my forthcoming book America’s Original Sin looks at the depths of that faith issue and how interwoven it is with our American story. I hope you’ll use it as a resource as we continue to have these important conversations. Read more.

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