June 6, 2014

COMMENTARY: Moral Mondays: ‘Democratic tool’ or Great Awakening?

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Two clergy members march against cuts to education during the seventh Moral Monday protest on June 17, 2013 in Raleigh, N.C. Photo by Anna Scott/WilmingtonFAVS.com

Two clergy members march against cuts to education during the seventh Moral Monday protest on June 17, 2013 in Raleigh, N.C. Photo by Anna Scott/WilmingtonFAVS.com

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(RNS) If Moral Mondays are, in fact, the beginnings of another Great Awakening, they promise not only to speak to people in a context of social crisis but also to reshape religious practice in America.

  • Frank

    So is it ok to break the law to support our morals? To stop abortion? To stop gay marriage?

  • William

    How can the advocacy of the murder of babies be considered a “Great Awakening”? Just more leftist propaganda. Call the immoral moral and see if it flies.

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  • Chaplain Martin

    Brother Baker from reading the article you are doing really good work. I am praying for you and the cause, Moral Monday. Boy do we ever need voting rights improved in Alabama. I moved here from Georgia which is just as bad.

    By the way, a very good article, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove. Hope to read your book soon.