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Author Archives: Henry Koenig Stone

Reparations to Repair Today’s Widening Rifts: A White Millennial Endorsement of the Reparations Conversation

One of the most universal and repeated messages in the Bible is that God loves justice. Yet, when the word “reparations” is thrown into the political ring as a possible counter to the damages done by slavery, even strongly progressive … Continue reading

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When Immigrants Give Thanks

Seeking Honesty at Thanksgiving For many Americans, the word “Thanksgiving” brings warm feelings of family, of food, and of altogether unqualified enjoyment. It is a time when it seems we can put the worries of the world on the shelf, … Continue reading

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Honest Patriots Take Responsibility

In this issue, “Honest Patriotism,” Unbound will challenge widespread assumptions regarding what it really means to love one’s country. This opening editorial introduces the concept of honest patriotism; examines its practical implications; and closes with a hymn that, for Managing … Continue reading

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Honest Patriotism

Honest Patriotism

 Fall 2017 Honest Patriots Take Responsibility Henry Koenig Stone  “Whether it is a person or a nation that you love, it does not serve them well to ignore their mistakes. Honesty distinguishes actual love from pride.” In this opening editorial … Continue reading

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