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U.S.-Cuba diplomacy sparks hope & wariness | Baptist Press

NASHVILLE (BP) — President Obama’s opening of diplomatic relations with Cuba may fuel an already-vibrant evangelistic movement there, or it may fuel a repressive regime, Southern Baptist leaders and pastors said in voicing divergent opinions to Baptist Press. “Our prayer … Continue reading

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Should Caesar torture Jesus? | ERLC.com

In a recent article (7 Things Christians Should Know About Torture), I wrote that the recent Senate Report on the C.I.A.’s interrogation techniques should be the beginning, rather than the end, of the discussion on the morality and legality of … Continue reading

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Why Torture Is a Complete Failure | Christianity Today

Former war crimes prosecutor: Legally, morally, and practically, ‘enhanced interrogation’ does not work. David Iglesias/ December 16, 2014 The United States had not held war crimes cases since the end of World War II. During that time, Sherwood F. Moran—a … Continue reading

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