Randolph Marshall Hollerith is an author at Religion News Service.
MLK’s last Sunday sermon is as relevant today as it was in 1968
WASHINGTON (RNS) — On issues of gun violence, racism, economic inequality or immigration, our human instinct is to not offend and to wait for others to act. He challenged the institutional oppression of his day and calls us to confront the injustices of our own time.
Banning refugees is as un-American as it is un-Christian
(RNS) I said at the time of the Washington National Cathedral’s inaugural prayer service that we welcomed President Trump to the cathedral because it is a house of prayer for all people. But I also said we would not hesitate to voice our concerns when we disagree.