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Dispatch from Charlottesville: “It Was a War Zone. It Felt Like There Were a Million Nazis.”

…utor and trans queer Latinx public theologian, is currently in Charlottesville, Virginia, as part of the faith-based response to the white supremacist and neo-Nazi convergence on the usually bucolic college town. Dr. Robyn, who uses they/them pronouns, was inside St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Friday night when torch-bearing white supremacists surrounded the church, trapping congregants who had gathered for a prayer service ahead of Saturday’s pla…

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Rev. Rob Lee Lost Congregation For His Anti-Racism Speech: Here’s Why He Should Have Packed His Bags First

Liberal viewers of Monday’s episode of The View (scroll for video) may have been surprised to hear the story of Rev. Rob Lee, a young white, minister who was recently pushed out of his pulpit for speaking out against racism. I wasn’t. If you don’t know the backstory, Lee is an indirect descendant of Robert E. Lee. He has been an outspoken advocate for racial justice, but a recent appearance on MTV’s Video Music Awards in which he introduced Susan…

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Pierre Teilhard de Chardin’s Legacy of Eugenics and Racism Can’t Be Ignored

…ioned by Bishop Curry: “If humanity ever captures the energy of love, it will be the second time in history that we have discovered fire.” In fact, a movement has been underway to resurrect, as it were, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin as a renewed foundation for theological reflection. According to a November report in America magazine, Pope Francis is already considering removing the “warning” attached to Teilhard’s historical writings, and more recen…

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The Women’s March, Anti-Semitism, and ‘The Jewish Farrakhan’

…ut the assumption surfaces again when cases of Jew-hatred arise—and especially in the weaponizing of accusations of antisemitism. In a piercing essay on the categorical confusion surrounding the term, “Away from a Definition of antisemitism,” David Engel, Maurice Greenberg Professor of Holocaust Studies at NYU, traces the way that it originated in the mid-19th century as a label for a very local and limited position among a group of anti-emancipat…

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Why Drew Brees Was Right

…ed off a major controversy last week when he told Yahoo Finance that, “I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America.” The next day he apologized on Instagram writing that “I made comments that were insensitive and completely missed the mark on the issues we are facing right now as a country. They lacked awareness and any type of compassion or empa…

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How Are the “Nones” Raising Their Children?

…r Religion: How Unaffiliated Parents Are Raising Their Children? It was really my daughter’s questions that got me started with this. Sheila was three years old—that age when kids will ask why, why, why about everything. She started asking questions about religion. I remember driving home from preschool in December, and she spotted a giant plastic Santa in somebody’s front yard. “Mommy,” she asked, “Why does Santa come every year?” “To make people…

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