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Jim Wallis and Dr. Richard Land set to square off on the upcoming 2008 election and the impact of the evangelical vote in landmark debate.
Rev. Paul Sadler and noted author and religious leader Jim Wallis will lead hundreds in preaching, praise and worship on eve of a Sunday march and public witness to Vote Out Poverty in Cleveland and across the nation.
Three Nationally Renowned Speakers and Authors: Jim Wallis, Naomi Tutu, and Richard Rohr speak at weekend conference and engage participants on politics and spirituality
Hundreds of faithful people expected to join Cleveland church pastors, government and political leaders for a public march and witness on domestic poverty.
Washington D.C.--(October 1, 2007) Anticipating a veto by President Bush of the SCHIP legislation on Tuesday, congressional leaders from both parties and prominent religious leaders will participate in a press conference to speak to the very conscience of our nation about the need to override the veto in the Senate and the House.
Often the word pacifism has been equated with passive-ism, of not doing anything, just being passive. I resonate very deeply with the Latin root of the word, which is the notion of actively being involved in the making of peace.
Christian nonviolence is entailed in the very heart of what it means to worship a crucified God.
How do you judge that you've gone too far along the continuum and force has turned into violence?
A reflection on the significance of ritual, small furry creatures, and getting out of work with the staff of Sojourners and Call to Renewal.
I didn't vote for George W. Bush, and did not agree with the way this election was finally decided. But I liked the new President's inaugural address. In fact, I thought it was a great speech, both in tone and content.