Category Archives: Social Principles

CUIC’s Statement on White Nationalism and White Supremacism

Churches Uniting In Christ released this very important statement today. CUIC is made up of the following communions, representing approximately 20,000,000 congregants in the U.S.: AME AMEZ CME Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Episcopal Church Presbyterian USA International Council of … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to The Council of Bishops

Today, Bishop Bruce R. Ough, the President of the Council of Bishops released the following statement: To the People Called United Methodist: Grace and peace in the name of Jesus Christ! On the eve of Advent and in the post-election … Continue reading

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Looking Death in the eye…in the Courtroom.

Well, the jury has been selected, the witnesses sworn in, the defense team has had its last minute meetings to tie up loose ends.  And tomorrow, the trial begins.  The State of Texas is seeking to kill one of its … Continue reading

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