A Christian Call to Action; A National Call to Repentance

In 1636, renowned Baptist minister Roger Williams was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony. His advocacy of religious freedom, separation of church and state, and the humane and just treatment of the indigenous Narragansett people brought him into repeated conflict with the government and religious majority of his day. Williams, founder of the First Baptist Church … Continue reading A Christian Call to Action; A National Call to Repentance

Our Obligation to Create Just Communities

Since 1948, and the signing of the Universal Declaration for Human Rights (UDHR), generations of world citizens have borne witness to those who have been moved to honor and affirm human dignity toward the creation of more just communities. In the United States, for example, during the 1950's folks were galvanized by the need for … Continue reading Our Obligation to Create Just Communities