We must resist Christian nationalists’ heretical form of religion, which parallels the “morality” of the Roman Empire that Jesus challenged.
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On a trip to the ancestral home my family lost during the partition of India and Pakistan, I chose to believe in stories of love and forgiveness, not hate and revenge.
Christians must detox from the distorted belief that the name of Jesus has “trump power” over every other way of referring and relating to God.
The battle is not to take back the name of G-d. It is against the spirits of mischief and deception perpetrated by the doers of evil.
As people across the globe abuse their faiths in the name of exclusivist violence, we must stand together in a prophetic and strategic commitment to peace and nonviolence.