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The Magazine: Selma… “Negotiate. Demonstrate. Resist.”

Keep in mind this film is not a documentary and what it reminds us is very timely. Not only is it released near the national holiday set aside to remember Dr. King, but current national headlines speak of issues of race and use/abuse of power that are yet to be addressed in our country. Perhaps God will bring together other gifted leaders to shed light on present injustice?

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Top Ten Religion Stories

Religion News Service Top Ten Religion Stories by Rabbi A. James Rudin: 1. Islamic extremist groups, especially the Islamic State and Boko Haram, dominated the

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#blacklives matter

Bishop Charles E. Blake Sr. of the Church of God in Christ has asked COGIC churches to observe Black Lives Matter Sundaythis coming Sunday, December 14, 2014. As Bishop Blake’s friend and counterpart in the Assemblies of God, I ask that all AG churches do the same. I have two reasons for doing so.

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Religious response to Torture Report

One explanation for the [National Association of Evangelicals] NAE’s inability to influence the millions who belong to the 40 denominations it represents is the strong pushback within the evangelical community itself.

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