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September 27, 2006 Archives

Voice of the Day: Archbishop Oscar Romero

posted by jmcgee

Beautiful is the moment in which we understand that we are no more than an instrument of God; we live only as long as God wants us to live; we can do only as much as God makes us able […]

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Verse of the Day: ‘Wisdom from above’

posted by jmcgee

The wisdom from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, willing to yield, full of mercy and good fruits, without a trace of partiality or hypocrisy. And a harvest of righteousness is sown in peace for those who make peace. […]

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Sister Helen Prejean: On Values Voting

posted by jmcgee

We’ve asked other members of the God’s Politics Blog team to respond to the question that Jim Wallis and Ralph Reed debated last week: “What should values voters value most?” When voting, I look for political candidates with a proven […]

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Ron Sider: A Biblically Balanced Agenda

posted by jmcgee

The consensus evangelical document (For the Health of the Nation: AnEvangelical Call to Civic Responsibility) says that “faithful evangelical civic engagement must champion a biblically balanced agenda.” And it then deals with seven areas: religious freedom, family, sanctity of human […]

Duane Shank: Daily News Digest

posted by jmcgee

War and terrorism. “The Bush administration released portions of a classified intelligence estimate that says the global jihadist movement is growing and being fueled by the war in Iraq” Politics. “Democratic and Republican strategists said they expected over 90 percent […]

Amy Sullivan: Upsetting the Apple Cart

posted by amy sullivan

I heard a thought-provoking commentary on “All Things Considered” last night by a woman named Caroline Langston. She talked about the fact that over the past decade or so her political views have changed, but not her religious views–and wondered […]

Amy Sullivan: In Good Faith

posted by amy sullivan

A few weeks ago, Jim Wallis pledged that we who write about the Religious Right–including those of us on this blog–would not treat them the way they have treated us. Which is to say, we will always keep in mind […]

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Audio: Jim Wallis on "Value Voters" on The Tavis Smiley Show
Last week Jim was on The Tavis Smiley Show and talked about how the changing political landscape will affect the upcoming '08 election. Jim and Ken Blackwell, former Ohio secretary of state, debated and discussed both the impact of "value ...

posted 10:11:56am Oct. 16, 2007 | read full post »

Verse of the Day: 'peace to the far and the near'
I have seen their ways, but I will heal them; I will lead them and repay them with comfort, creating for their mourners the fruit of the lips. Peace, peace, to the far and the near, says the Lord; and I will heal them. But the wicked are like ...

posted 9:35:01am Oct. 16, 2007 | read full post »

Daily News Digest (by Duane Shank)
the latest news on Mideast, Iran, Romney-Religious right, Blog action day, Turkey, SCHIP, Iran, Aids-Africa, India, Budget, Brownback-slavery apology, Canada, and selected op-eds. Sign up to receive our daily news summary via e-mail » Blog ...

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