There is no doubt racism is wrong. The question for those of us in the Christian Reformed Church living above the Mason-Dixon line is: How do we face this wrong without keeping records?
Chaplain, United States Navy
A number of years ago a seminary professor made the observation that guilt is resolved on the cross, but shame is healed in relationship. Is your church willing to embrace veterans?
The 70th anniversary of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombing churns up deep emotions within me. It also is a good illustration of one of the issues Johnny, our imaginary returning veteran, may well be dealing with.
"The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr." ed. by Clayborne Carson. During these times of high social unrest, I find MLK to be an inspiring example of pastoral and prophetic faithfulness. By...posted on: What Books Are You Reading in 2020?
The phrase "not keeping records" comes from I Corinthians 13, quoted earlier in the article: "Love . . . keeps no records of wrongs."