The protests confront us with a difficult question.
It might help that our pews aren’t available to sit in and pray.
Its demise came from the same system that killed George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.
Are the police meant to protect people? Or to fight them?
Last week in Louisville, I went to church.
I’d tell him a secret I learned from Eugene Peterson.
“There’s a fire that cannot be extinguished except by justice.”
They use the conventions of Jewish resistance poetry to challenge Roman occupation.
At the World Cup, Pussy Riot opened a window on authoritarianism.
The league—and many fans—treat them as cogs without agency.
School closures are difficult and disruptive. But this is how public protest works.
BLM is writing a new chapter in the history of black people's struggle for full equality. What are the implications for churches?
The young people leading this movement have heard enough about Martin Luther King's dream. It is not enough for church leaders to reply that they don't know much history.