Monday, Jun 27, 2016

Supreme Court Immigration Decision: do not despair


SpokaneFāVS readers are likely confused and frustrated by the recent U.S. Supreme Court immigration decision. I think that people of faith can reasonably disagree about the complicated issues of separation of powers and federalism raised by this case.

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Woe to Our Gun Lust

A gun show in Houston, Texas./Wikipedia photo by glasgows - Flickr

Have we become so accustom to mass shooting and the daily gun violence that we can’t seem to find any action we can take to curtail the violence?

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Evangelicals and refugees: Care first, conversion maybe later

Kelli Czaykowsky assists refugee children at a Seventh-day Adventist school in Duluth, Ga., on May 14, 2015. Photo courtesy of Allen Clark

On June 26, churches across the country will mark National Refugee Sunday, saying prayers and raising money to help the many people fleeing conflicts around the world. This is the first in a three-part series that looks at evangelical Christians’ complex views of the global migrant crisis as well as how refugees are reacting to evangelical outreach.

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