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Followers of Jesus are Not Tribal Christians

Being a follower of Jesus is not like being a fan of Jesus who likes to pick and choose those parts of Jesus’ identity that appeal to him/her the most. Following Jesus means much more than liking Him, or being … Continue reading

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Twenty Years After the Rwandan Genocide

The article “From Hell to a Happy Life: a Tutsi Survivor’s Escape from Genocide ”, published yesterday by Aljazeera America reminded me of my article “Political Challenges the Church Cannot Afford to Ignore” published by Spectrum fifteen years ago. In … Continue reading

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