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Jerusalem: Prize of War and Capital Curse

  The affirmation of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital was a “grievous mistake,” to quote the Stated Clerk of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). His statement reflected long church policy. Jerusalem is “not a thing to be grasped,” because it can never … Continue reading

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Unbound 2016 Highlights: 8 Awards From the Associated Church Press

As we announce these awards given by the Associated Church Press (ACP), we start with thanks to all contributors of articles to Unbound! We do not know all the principles used by ACP to select individual articles, but we treasure … Continue reading

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Author Noushin Framke

Except on Palestine?

“I didn’t know church could be like this,” said Sam, a teenager who had come to an event in Fellowship Hall. That Sunday after worship, we had Anna Baltzer speaking about why, as a Jewish-American, she had come to be … Continue reading

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“All We Want is Peace”

Discerning Peace in the 21st Century – Part II When the Peacemaking and International Relations Committee of the 222nd General Assembly was considering the Peace Discernment resolution (12-06) from the Advisory Committee on Social Witness Policy (ACSWP), they heard from many … Continue reading

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