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The American Empire and the Commonwealth of God: A Political, Economic, Religious Statement
The American Empire and the Commonwealth of God: A Political, Economic, Religious Statement
Four distinguished scholars here level a powerful critique of the rapid expansion of the emerging American empire and its oppressive and destructive political, military, and economic policies. Arguing that a global Pax Americana is internationally disastrous, the authors demonstrate how America's imperialism inevitably leads to rampant irreversible ecological devastation, expanding military force for imperialistic purposes, and a grossly inequitable distribution of goods--all leading to the diminished well-being of human communities. These four prophetic voices--three Christians, one Jew--persuasively indict the American empire as being diametrically opposed to divine values and powerful enough to threaten the purposes of God.
"I am convinced that this is an enormously urgent and important book. It not only represents the best of current theology and political wisdom, and accurately interprets our present desperate situation, but it also provides the basis for an authentically religious response to the end-time Armageddon "Left Behind" insanity that seems to be capturing the popular religious imagination. It builds on the finest new biblical scholarship in viewing the scriptural setting the Reign of God against Empire, but also suggests how all the religious traditions can - and must - contribute to an unprecedented civilizational transformation. I plan to use this book in my own teaching and to commend it to everyone I know. I only wish it had appeared ten years ago."
Harvey Cox (Hollis Professor of Divinity, HarvardUniversity)
"The collections of essays by John Cobb, David Griffin, Richard Falk and Catherine Keller, The American Empire and the Commonwealth of God, is timely and important. The four authors relentlessly analyse the political, economic and historical issues with the construction of American empire. They also unmask the idolatry of its religious justifications. But they also envision alternatives to American empire in global relations and envision ways to imagine a more just and sustainable global society."
Rosemary Radford Ruether Carpenter Professor of Feminist Theology, GTU, Berkeley, Visiting scholar, Claremont Graduate University
"Three outstanding theologians and one of the world’s leading experts on international policy issues have joined forces to deliver a scathing critique of the aims, policies, impact, and pretensions of the American Empire. While their criticisms may be familiar to some readers, it is their alternative futures that offer such a practical and morally compelling alternative to the disaster that looms ahead. Anyone concerned about the future of American world leadership must read this book."
Joseph C. Hough, Jr. President and William E. Dodge Professor of Social Ethics Union Theological Seminary New York

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085/365 Fashion Statement or Political Statement
085/365 Fashion Statement or Political Statement
Keffiyeh's are becoming a touchy subject nowadays...but you see so many people wearing them and it makes me wonder...is that person wearing it as a fashion statement? or as a political statement. In my case I remember watching the news a long time ago and seeing president arafat may he rest in peace and thought of his keffiyeh he always had one, it was a symbol for a free Palestine and I recall deciding to get one at the time i thought it would be difficult to get and that it would need to be ordered online but was I wrong...especially after going to toronto every "urban" store was selling it in every style every color you can think of...it was so difficult just to find one close enough to the authentic one...you see to me this isn't only a scarf it's not only a fashion statement this keffiyeh stands for a better future and a free Palestine. I wear my keffiyeh with pride, style and the symbolism it stands for.
The Fine Print Tee
The Fine Print Tee
This shirt uses large display type to express one idea: Love Thy Neighbor*. The asterisk, reminds the reader that there are always exceptions to the rule. The fine print, hidden within the greater message, lists the exceptions: *unless he/she is gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, liberal, muslim, new age, atheist, buddhist, hindu, jewish, mormon, wiccan, too fat, too thin, homeless, an alcoholic, a drug addict, a rapper, a criminal, an unwed mother, a pregnant teen, has sex before marriage, dresses like a devil worshipper, has tattoos, blue hair, a mohawk, body piercings, black nail polish, different beliefs, different values, different opinions. This shirt is a statement about the hypocrisy of many organized religions, and their tendency to alienate rather than embrace certain groups that they don't deem worthy of acceptance and love. These are available in my Etsy shop LoveAndHateInk.Etsy.com .

political statement t shirts
political statement t shirts
Steve Biko: Black Consciousness in South Africa; Biko's Last Public Statement and Political Testament
In May 1976, nine Blacks were arrested in South Africa and charged with terrorism for having 'thoughts' unacceptable to the regime. Bantu Stephen Biko, that country's most important Black leader, stepped forward to testify on their behalf and thus broke the ban on his public speaking.

In the late 1960s, Biko had founded the Black Consciousness movement, which called for the psychological and cultural liberation of the Black mind as a precondition to political freedom; the movement spread rapidly among students and the masses, and his goal of using group pride to break the strangle hold of White oppression was partly realized by the time that his colleagues were placed on trial.

Biko's courageous and delicate testimony, recorded here in the dramatic format of direct and cross examination, explores almost every issue in South Africa and..shows something of Biko's brilliance, humor, vision and quickness of mind.

This was to be his last public statement. In Sept. 1977, Bantu Stephen Biko was murdered in a South African jail.

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