Category Archives: Peaceableness

My Response to the Death of Osama bin Laden

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Oftentimes, as Christians, we take for granted that we know right out what it means to be “saved”. Since we know without a doubt what it means, we never question the genesis of that phrase. We assert that all people … Continue reading

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Mennonites, Pacifism, and Patriarchy

One of the reasons I decided to join the Mennonite Church was its emphasis on peaceableness.  More than the Evangelical Friends Church which I grew up in who focus on traditional evangelism which relies more on apologetics than action, the … Continue reading

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Why Christian Faith and Patriotism/Nationalism Are Incompatible

One day, my father said to me, “In an age in which we possess pictures of the world from space, we know that actual national borders do not exist.  We decided where they are.  So I do not see how … Continue reading

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