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Author David F. D'Amico

In America’s current immigration environment, how do we see the strangers around us? The ones who don’t look or act like us. We need a spiritual awakening about the “strangers” in our midst. Jesus demands a better America. […] Read More

Human rights issues clamor for the attention of interested Christians around the world. The minorities oppressed politically, economically and religiously in many countries of the world – Myanmar, Egypt, Syria, Indonesia, to name a few – receive some media coverage in the United States. Baptists have championed human rights, concentrating their efforts on religious freedom, […] Read More

My foreign-born accent gives me away in America like some characters in the Old Testament – those who were caught as spies because they could not pronounce some words in the proper dialect. Being an immigrant in the United States for more than 50 years, and having been at the United Nations for 10 of […] Read More

One of the joys of living in New York City is to be able to visit great historic churches and participate in their worship services. One Sunday in May 2000 I attended the Riverside Church, famous for the preaching of Harry Emerson Fosdick. The church was led until recently by Dr. James Forbes. As a […] Read More

The relationship of church to culture is a fascinating study that has caught the attention and analysis of serious scholars during the last generation. Ever since the “Word of God became flesh,” God has been interested in humans of different cultures throughout biblical history. On occasion the church has been an ally or an enemy […] Read More

Living in New York City five years ago during 9/11, my wife, Ana, and I were witness to the reality that is America. Ministering to diplomats and internationals at the United Nations, we were part of a community where flags of 191 countries fly daily. We lived in a global village. We heard reports about […] Read More