Rob Moore

The gehenna of our own making: Zero Dark Thirty

Zero Dark Thirty, Reviewed. -by Rob Moore Kathryn Bigelow’s film is the spiritual successor to 2008’s tremendous “war-is-a-drug” Oscar-winner The Hurt Locker, and in many ways is that film’s long, messy conclusion. In The Hurt Locker she explores themes of

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Action Alert: Food and Farm Policy Moving on Capitol Hill!

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This week, both the Senate and the House of Representatives are making crucial steps to advance food and farm policy. Your voice is needed now: tell your members of Congress to enact a multi-year farm bill that alleviates hunger and malnutrition, supports vibrant farms and rural communities, and protects God’s

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What is a “Peace Church?”

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Is the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) now being called to become a “peace church,” not simply opposing particular wars but affirming nonviolence as a basic orientation toward conflict in our daily lives, in our communities, and in our world? If so, what would the implications of such a stance be for


An Undocumented Story

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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, The author’s name is withheld for privacy in this article. For twenty years, I have lived