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Johnson appointed director of the Center and Library for the Bible and Social Justice

The Center and Library for the Bible and Social Justice Appoints Executive Director

FOR’s recent acquitions integrated into Center and Library at Stony Point

FOR's Richard Deats needs our help

To people around the world, Richard Deats has long been recognized as the face of the Fellowship of Reconciliation. Richard served on FOR’s national staff from 1972 to 2005, which included two terms as executive director, a long stint as director of interfaith relations, and a dozen years as editor of Fellowship magazine.

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Drone Killing and Wars of Aggression are ILLEGAL!

Closing Argument in the Case of Hancock Protesters from October 25, 2012

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Testimony with Witness of APV Youth, Raz Mohammad

Testimony in the Case of Hancock Protesters from October 25, 2012

Beyond the Peace Process, Part 1: Israel/Palestine Through a Liberation Lens

When I speak about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, I frequently get some version of the question, “What are the prospects for peace?” I rarely have the time or opportunity to explain why I think that question diverts our gaze from the real issues. In this piece I’d like to take the time to give that explanation.

Lecciones en Trabajo de Base, Cortesía de las Obreras Mexicanas

Por Susana Pimiento

Muchos de nosotros conducimos diariamente sin detenernos a pensar cómo o de qué están hechos  los automóviles, quiénes fabrican las partes que los componen, bajo qué condiciones laborales y cuáles son las luchas de sus trabajadores.

The Beginning: North Texas Fellowship of Reconciliation

On the 30th of December 2006, I collapsed to the floor of my room in tears.  I knew I wasn’t supposed to be crying. I was a few weeks away from beginning my first semester at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. I was supposed to believe that God brings about absolute vengeance and retribution … yet there I was on the ground crying.

Gandhi: The Free Spirit - One and Manifold

“I do daily perceive that while every thing around me is ever changing, ever dying, there is underlying all that change, a living power that is changeless, that holds all together, that creates, dissolves, and re-creates.  That informing power or spirit is God.