Justice

Chains of Grace: A Conversation with Rick Davis

We are all addicts. Amidst a culture bent on positivity, Karsten’s maxim could not be considered good news. He did not back down.

Let’s give Karsten his conclusion. When we do we admit that

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Why Makes Justice So Controversial?

Oklahoma incarcerates more people per capita than any other State in the Union – men and women. Legislators work to reform our justice system. The gears turn slowly. Part of the issue turns on how we talk about justice.

Last year, a group of Evangelicals, some from my tribe

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Operating Out of a Different Narrative: God and Guns with Amy Butler and Teer Hardy

Just two weeks after the Parkland School Shooting my friend Mary Duren invited four people to contribute to a discussion on the right to bear arms. The traffic on his posts was poor. It seems the news cycle had passed. … Continue reading

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Standing with the Sanitation Workers: A Reprise of Adam Clark on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Many teachers in Oklahoma walked out of their schools to the Oklahoma Capitol on Monday. They are still walking out. Today marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The confluence of events should not lead us to think somehow the two events are … Continue reading

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