Tag Archives: Christianity
By AnaYelsi Sanchez | Published: October 18, 2014
Tweet“Absolute hospitality would in no way amount to the absence of violence. To the contrary, it would enthrone violence precisely under the guise of nonviolence because it would leave the violators unchanged and the consequences of violence unremedied.” – Miroslav Volf It’s exhausting to be the brown girl at church. The evangelical church. The progressive [...]
By Onleilove Alston | Published: August 11, 2012
TweetOn August 17th the punk band Pussy Riot will receive their verdict in the case against them. The members of this band have been in jail since March for “protestifying” against Russian political conditions in a Moscow’s largest Orthodox Church. According to Slate: “The trial for three members of Pussy Riot, a Russian punk band [...]
By Emily Smith | Published: February 8, 2012
Women, valued solely for their ability to produce an heir, were ultimately worthless, and therefore an encumbrance as a result of homosexuality. Families desperately seeking to purge unwanted daughters, then, execrated homosexuality as one might loathe insolvency, accumulating daughters like debt.
By Sunsara Taylor | Published: August 29, 2011
Confronting people with the theocratic core of the movement to end abortion is necessary to begin to win people away from the movement they are lending their support to. Either you should uphold that Biblical scripture and the world it would impose, or you should fight against it, including through defending women's right to abortion.