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The George Floyd protests are demonstrations of political power, to be sure, but they are more than that, I think. They are the foundation, or the beginnings of a foundation, of a religious movement in which liberal politics converges with faith put into action, or good works. This religious movement has the potential, I think,…

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The George Floyd protests are demonstrations of political power, to be sure, but they are more than that, I think. They are the foundation, or the beginnings of a foundation, of a religious movement in which liberal politics converges with faith put into action, or good works. This religious movement has the potential, I think, of moving from the margins, where it currently is, to the center, and there shape politics for years to come.

After the Rev. Michael Bulkley put it:

Our country is broken. When something is broken and needs fixing you must start someplace. This afternoon is not a protest, [protests] are necessary, but equally necessary is that churches stand together in prayer, unity, and love. We represent churches from diverse backgrounds, culturally, theologically, generationally. But we are bound together by the recognition that we must stand against injustice, we must pray for peace, and we must love as Christ loved (italics are most emphatically mind).

You can read more about that in today’s edition of the Editorial Board.

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