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April 11th, 201207:19 PM ETI know you’re not supposed to discuss religion and politics over meals, but we did so anyway today. A humanitarian relief worker sat down with this theological friend and discussed faith and politics, pragmatism, convenience and ethics, and Uganda and North Korea. Over our lunch at our conveniently located restaurant, we discussed inconvenient tr...
March 19th, 201207:10 PM ETLast night, a Ugandan friend and I spoke of “White Man’s Burden.” Some of you may know of the phrase from Rudyard Kipling’s controversial poem by that title published in 1899, or the 1995 movie starring John Travolta and Harry Belafonte. My Ugandan friend, Michael, and I didn’t have either in mind in any direct sense. What was on our mind...
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