When we affirm our own capacity to simply dismiss the claims of another as unworthy of our consideration; we provide an example that gives others permission to do the same to us.
To better understand Senator Hatfield’s legacy and the ways it complements CPJ’s desire to inspire and equip Chrisitian young adults with a hopeful vision for political life, Shared Justice interviewed two friends of CPJ, Richard Gathro and Jerry Herbert, who knew Senator Hatfield personally.
Principled pluralism cultivates a spirit of peaceful disagreement in the public square while safeguarding a community’s social institutions and civil structures. People embody the ideals of principled pluralism when they treat fellow humans with respect and dignity; listening to and learning from the viewpoint of the “other”….
David Tassell explains the political nature of the Eucharist.
“As those who mutually share a faith rooted in hospitality, I pray in this time I and my tradition may share our time, prayers, and dinner tables with you.”
In this article, Chelsea Langston Bombino argues that advocates for religious freedom can resolve to take positive steps to help expand the public’s imagination of what religious freedom represents in this new year.