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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'An End to Every War': The Politics of the Eucharist and the Work of Peace – Opinion – ABC Religion & Ethics'An End to Every War': The Politics of the Eucharist and the Work of PeaceWilli
'An End to Every War': The Politics of the Eucharist and the Work of Peace – Opinion – ABC Religion & Ethics
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 days ago
'An End to Every War': The Politics of the Eucharist and the Work of PeaceWilliam T. CavanaughABC Religion and Ethics 19 Jan 2016 Christian non-violence participates in Jesus's self-emptying into sinful humanity, his sharing in the brokenness of the... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Chicago mayor: Time to 'root out the cancer of police abuse'CHICAGO, Illinois (CNN) -- Speaking to a largely African-American crowd, Mayor
Chicago mayor: Time to 'root out the cancer of police abuse'
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 22 days ago
CHICAGO, Illinois (CNN) -- Speaking to a largely African-American crowd, Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Friday said it was time for the city of Chicago to confront "hard truths," to unite as a people and to "root out the cancer of police abuse." The mayor... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The Same God, or the One God? On the Limitations and Implications of the Wheaton Affair – Opinion – ABC Religion & EthicsThe Same God, or the One God? On the Limitations and Implications of the Wheato
The Same God, or the One God? On the Limitations and Implications of the Wheaton Affair – Opinion – ABC Religion & Ethics
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 24 days ago
The Same God, or the One God? On the Limitations and Implications of the Wheaton AffairJoshua RalstonABC Religion and Ethics 12 Jan 2016 Deep-seated anti-Muslim biases continue to inhibit Protestant Christian engagement with Muslims. The willingness... Read more
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The New Yorker
Making ItBarack Obama on the South Side during his first campaign, for the State Senate.
Making It
The New Yorker / Posted 24 days ago
Barack Obama on the South Side during his first campaign, for the State Senate. An outsider in Chicago’s system, he was meticulous about constructing his own political identity and coalition. Photograph by Marc PoKempner. One day in 1995, Barack... Read more

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