Becoming “all things to all people” sometimes means putting your rights aside for the sake of others

A few weeks ago when Dzhokhar Tsarev, the youngest brother of two suspects, was captured for bombing the Boston Marathon, a public debate erupted about the type of rights he was afforded.¬† For days, authorities hesitated to read him his Miranda Rights and debated whether to treat him as an enemy combatant. When I taughtContinue reading “Becoming “all things to all people” sometimes means putting your rights aside for the sake of others”

The legacy of the empty tomb

It has been a week since we celebrated Jesus’ resurrection from the tomb, and I am still wondering whether we have moved on to live out the Easter story beyond the graveyard. ¬†Jesus overcame death and ascended to His Father, but in many ways we continue to keep him entombed by our very lives. AlthoughContinue reading “The legacy of the empty tomb”