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  • By Tony Kireopoulos
    National Council of Churches (2017)

    Let’s face it. Christmas brings some challenges for those who want to proclaim faith in the Son of God born of a virgin surrounded by singing angels and visited by three kings and warmed by soft breathing of barnyard animals and watched over by shepherds all under the light of a star shining directly over the whole scene. Fantastic, movie-worthy visuals, but hardly believable enough to get a serious...

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November 28, 2017

  • The National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA mourns the loss of life at the Al-Rawdah Mosque in Bir al-Abd, Egypt.  We categorically condemn the terrorist attack that caused it.  Indeed, this attack demonstrates the reality that all people are potential targets of extremist violence, and that in the case of terrorism perpetrated by the self-proclaimed Islamic State and other terrorist groups, the larger group of victims are Muslims themselves.


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  • The National Council of Churches condemns the terror attack in lower Manhattan yesterday in which eight persons were killed.  We grieve with the families of those who lost loved ones and join with our churches across the nation in praying for the recovery of those who were injured.  Once again we repudiate the violent, anti-Islamic ideology of ISIS and attacks on the innocent prompted by this ideology.

    While questions remain about the perpetrator, his motivations,...

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