Confronting the Hidden Violence of Everyday Church
A review of Cody J. Sanders and Angela Yarber
Far from being meaningless slights with minimal harm, microagressions intrude on the spiritual lives of those who are already marginalized and oppressed.
Overcoming the Politics of Fear in an Anxious Age
In The Clash Within, Martha Nussbaum explored the capacity to entertain the other as key to a democratic society. Now she considers angry resistance to the other, bringing her usual erudite analysis and intense moral passion.
Our hearts go out to the victims [of the gurdwara shooting in Wisconsin] and their families, as we all struggle to comprehend the evil that begets this terrible violence.
Personally, I don't think we have to struggle too hard.
The National Republican Trust PAC has a new TV spot about the Cordoba House controversy,
and it’s a doozy of outright religious bigotry.
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