Daily Archives: December 24, 2013

Edward Snowden: My Mission is Already Accomplished

Six months after the first revelations appeared in The Washington Post and Britain’s Guardian newspaper, Snowden agreed to reflect at length on the roots and repercussions of his choice. He was relaxed and animated over two days of nearly unbroken … Continue reading

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South Sudan: The State that Fell Apart in a Week

The latest violence began after a fight between Dinka and Nuer soldiers in the presidential guard on 15 December, igniting a simmering political power struggle in South Sudan’s ruling party and sparking widespread ethnic killings. The reverberations of the wave … Continue reading

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Getting Drunk on God

The Drunken Glory movement — spawned by events like the Florida Outpouring and Toronto Blessing in the 90s, at which people appeared to be inebriated and high purely off the power of God — is on the rise, as godly … Continue reading

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