Sometimes, the timing of events seems almost providential.
For more than a year, Sojourners has been discussing and planning to launch a campaign called A Million Christians for Social Justice.
We have talked, dreamed, and prayed about the possibility and power of bringing together, from across the life of the churches, the many voices that are calling for social justice. It’s many of us now: Evangelicals and Mainline Protestants, Catholics and Pentecostals, Black, Hispanic, and Asian-American churches — focusing our personal faith on the most urgent public issues our world is now facing. From human trafficking to HIV/AIDS, from inner-city education to global poverty, from racial justice to nuclear weapons, from immigrant families to access to health care, from the status of women and girls to conflict resolution in the Middle East, from creation care to homelessness — Christian voices are being heard and people of faith are mobilizing. Read on…
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Note: I plan to comment some time in the near future on the strange statements of Glenn Beck at Fox News.