An Open Letter to Reverend Franklin Graham

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Ultimately, we invite you to join us in the ongoing work of the ministry of reconciliation.

In Jesus,

Onleilove Alston Executive Director Faith in New York

Dr. Brian Bantum Associate Professor of Theology Seattle Pacific University

Rev. Leroy Barber Global Executive Director, Word Made Flesh Chair of the Board, Christian Community Development Association

Rev. Phil Bowling Dyer National Director, Black Campus Ministries InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

Austin Channing Brown Resident Director and Multicultural Liaison Calvin College

Dr. Mae Elise Cannon Author, Social Justice Handbook and Just Spirituality Co-author, Forgive Us: Confessions of a Compromised Faith

Dr. Christena Cleveland Associate Professor of Reconciliation Studies Bethel University

Rev. Dr. Orlando Crespo Latino Leadership Circle Board Member, National Latino Evangelical Coalition

Rev. Léonce B. Crump Jr. Lead Pastor Renovation Church

Dr. Curtiss Paul DeYoung Executive Director Community Renewal Society

Rachel Held Evans Author, Blogger, Advocate

Rev. Dominique Gilliard Executive Pastor New Hope Covenant Church in Oakland, CA

Josh Harper National Director for Urban Programs Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

Lisa Sharon Harper Chief Church Engagement Officer Sojourners

Dr. Troy Jackson Director, The AMOS Project Co-author, Forgive Us: Confessions of a Compromised Faith

Micky ScottBey Jones Director of Training and Program Development Transform Network

Kathy Khang Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

Steve Knight Co-founder Transform Network

Rev. Michael McBride Pastor The Way Christian Center in Berkeley, CA

Jimmy McGee CEO and President The Impact Movement

Rev. Soong-Chan Rah Milton B. Engebretson Professor of Church Growth and Evangelism North Park Theological Seminary

Rev. Alexia Salvatierra Coordinator of Welcoming Congregations Network Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

Dr. Andrea Smith Board Member North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studies

Rev. Efrem Smith President and CEO World Impact

Rev. Gail Song Bantum Executive Pastor Quest Church

Alexie Torres-Fleming Organizer, Advocate, Speaker

Jonathan Walton Blogger, College Student Organizer, Poet

Jonathan Wilson Hartgrove Director School for Conversion

Jim Wallis President and Founder Sojourners

Dr. Barbara Williams-Skinner President, Skinner Leadership Institute Co-Chair, National African American Clergy Network

Ken Wytsma President Kilns College

NOTE: Affiliations included for identification purposes only. Signatures do not necessarily represent the viewpoint of the institution.

Julius Streeter [03/20/2015 7:33 PM]
Franklin Graham does not sin. stating the obvious, although the fragility of black family life goes back to slavery day by the 1960″s the negro family life was similar or aspiring so to mainstream north americans, automation and economic dislocation has conspired against the working poor of all races plus corporate greed and government waste and irresponcibility with lack of moral fibre but more welfare, more drugs and alcahol to dull the pain of living or sexual anarchy or abortion/infanticide are going to solve these problems Righteousness exalteth a nation, sin is a reproach to any people, only a national revival, repentance and renewed faith can save or restore america, sin has reached critical mass there

John Kissinger [03/20/2015 7:40 PM]
http://day1.org/6536-on_scripture_ferguson__forgiveness_jeremiah_313134_by_walter_brueggemann

Tim Howell [03/20/2015 9:18 PM]
There is no justice without truth , you can’t seem to comprehend that !

John Kissinger [03/20/2015 9:23 PM]
http://cupandcross.com/walter-brueggemann-divine-presence-amid-violence/

Jack [03/21/2015 10:49 AM]
I read the letter. It is condesending and superficial in my opinion. Sorta like I forgive you, but youare an idiot, if you just had MY INSIGHT how much better you would be. Then you say: We don’t expect you to be an expert, but insinuate, ‘ you should be. etc.’ You could give Pentecost a bad name. Sorry, but that is how it seems to me.. Does every note, entry that goes against your personal feeling deserve to be addressed or just some of the high profile folk who are doing the work of the Lord.

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