Five years after five children were killed and more wounded in a schoolhouse shooting, an Amish community shows how the tradition of forgiveness can enable a new future.
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All of what it means to be a Christian is immersed in the biblical idea of reconciliation, says the professor of reconciliation studies at Bethel University.
Reconciliation is more than a peaceful coexistence among various communities; it’s a “pro-existence” -- the understanding that one cannot be sustained without another, says the director of Duta Wacana Christian University’s Center for the Study and Promotion of Peace.
A review of “Living without Enemies: Being Present in the Midst of Violence,” by Sam Wells and Marcia Owen.
The author of the book “God Is Not One” says the popular notion that all religions are essentially the same is disrespectful and dangerous.
Demographic changes in the United States suggest that an increasing number of churches should move to the biblical model: congregations that are not racial niches but are multiracial and multiethnic.