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A Presbyterian Affirmation for Election Day

The Voice of a Congregation on Faith & Politics: Nauraushaun Presbyterian Church, Pearl River, NY In the brief statement that follows, a congregation first lifts up key values—not policies or positions—and then calls out divisive rhetoric. They go to scriptural … Continue reading

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Destini Hodges

Spirit of the Living God: A Faith Journey Into Public Service

Being involved in the church and in the community brings a great deal of responsibility. As a 26-year-old active Presbyterian and elected City Councilwoman in Harrisburg, PA, I learn more about that responsibility each day. One might think being actively … Continue reading

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The Limits of Binary Politics

Since you are reading Unbound, I suspect you are appalled, as I am, by the prospect of a Trump presidency, and that you are going to vote for Hillary Clinton on November 8. According to the binary logic of American … Continue reading

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Revolution Toward “Fulfilling Joy”: Paul Lehmann, Luke Cage, and the 2016 Election

If I remember correctly, the classroom in Tennent Hall had a half moon window. I can still see the faces gathered around the table that day in 1992, still feel the familiar, smooth feel of a laminated church tabletop beneath … Continue reading

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