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Friday, February 3, @ 12:39 pm

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Date:
Friday, February 3, 2023
Time:
12:39 pm

What Matters Most?

I have observed that, although we are trying to be the champions of equality, diversity and justice, we are doing the opposite. We think we are getting justice, but we are also increasing conflicts and hatred more than ever before. So we start another cycle of inequality and injustice. We must all work together towards justice and not let our emotions, our personal choices and our political agendas come between us but, instead, we must follow social ethics and respect human dignity. 

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Do We Worship at the Church of the NFL?

I value supportive prayer and rejoice like everyone else in Hamlin’s recovery, but I am made a bit uncomfortable by the public displays of Christian piety common on football and other sport fields. What about all the non-Christians among players and fans? Who is not included in the circles of prayer? I am uncomfortable in general with the merging of sports and religion.

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The Evil in This World: Is It Evil to Lie?

The recent SpokaneFāVS series on “The Evil in this World” may have missed something. Evil is certainly abundant; multiple examples are provided. But how much is focused on what may be the most common evil of all — lying? This simple act ranges from the deliberate whopper to nuanced shading of truth, from military propaganda to religious leaders denying child molestation to rationalization.

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The Role of Blackness in the Hamline Islamic Art Controversy

The Role of Blackness in the Hamline Islamic Art Controversy We’ve heard little about the students who initiated the complaint and why they objected to a painting of the prophet. Commentary by Kayla Renee Wheeler, Edward E. Curtis IV | Religion News Service In early October, Erika López Prater, a professor …

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