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Author Archives: Ginna Bairby

Unbound: The Election Issue

Elections, Democracy, and the Church in the Public Square Table of Contents Storytelling and Political Leadership, Dr. Eric Mount Hey Christians, Don’t Follow the Noise this Election Time, Dr. David P. Gushee “Be Sober and Watchful”: Activism and Public Discourse, Alexis … Continue reading

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Christ, Culture, and a Broken Democracy

We are in the midst of a strange election season, to say the least. I have heard more people say, “I’m just not voting,” or “I don’t have anyone to vote for,” in this election than in any other in … Continue reading

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Native American Groups Call Presbyterians to Prayer for Standing Rock Sioux

More than four thousand people have gathered at Camp of the Sacred Stones, three separate prayer camps north of Cannon Ball, North Dakota, near the northern border of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s reservation. The people, known as “Water Protectors,” … Continue reading

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A Year For Confessions

Issues of Social Justice Before the 222nd General Assembly Post GA222 Reflections From Confession to Confession: The Adoption of Belhar and the Public Naming of Abuse, Rev. Renee Roederer When Just War is Just Not Working: Discerning Peace in the … Continue reading

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