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Breaking Good

Addiction, Drug Policy, and the Body of Christ Past Approaches and Present Concerns Re-Examining our Nation’s Responses to Drugs, Rev. Gordon Edwards and John Lindsay-Poland A Biblical and Theological Reflection on Consumption, Addiction, and Prejudicial Drug Policy, Rev. Max Lynn Amethyst … Continue reading

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Violence Is Itself the Enemy

What a Survey of Central American Children Tells Us about Drug and Immigration Policies Testimony by Kelly Engel Wells to the PC(USA) Drug Policy Task Force at public hearing in El Paso, Texas, May 2, 2015. I am a Staff … Continue reading

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Violence, Human Rights, and the Drug War in Mexico

Testimony by Ted Lewis before the PC(USA) Drug Policy Task Force, February 14, 2015. Watch testimony in minutes 2:15 – 14:10 of this video of Day 1 of the Richmond Hearings. I really appreciate this invitation to speak. My name … Continue reading

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An Undocumented Story

How God and “Deferred Action” Hastened Hope for One Undocumented Immigrant The following article is the second in a series, Tracking the Immigration Debate. This week we are cross-posting with our partner site, ecclesio.com. The author’s name is withheld for … Continue reading

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