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Biblical Position On “Refugees”, “Immigrants” and “Strangers” – Testimony of a Jesuit Priest, By Adeolu Ademoyo

- Fr. James Martin "So using the contemporary definition we can say that among all the refugees that our world has seen were Mary, Joseph and Jesus.” “Jesus, Mary and Joseph knew life as refugees, so let us also begin this encounter within our own families…” - US Conference of…
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Trump’s America and History Through The Perspective of A Catholic Nun, By Adeolu Ademoyo

- American Catholic nun, Joan Chittister ...Is Christianity reconcilable with bigotry, hate, xenophobia and racism if the victims do not look like us? If so, which Christianity is that? Is Christianity living the Gospel of Jesus Christ as we correctly know it or is Christianity an ideology as practiced by…
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Donald Trump And the Media: Why Belief Is Not Knowledge, By Adeolu Ademoyo

...in sacrificing fact and truth, Donald Trump is turning personal beliefs to knowledge. This is governance by anecdotes. And this has dire implication for governance, the history and global image of United States and the moral health of the nation and the people. “There was no point in seeking to…
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Why Women Marched Against Donald Trump, By Adeolu Ademoyo

...the Global Women’s March is a protest against Donald Trump’s poor ethics and political campaign of bigotry, sexism, hate, racism, xenophobia, homophobia, and the mocking of the physically challenged. The Global Women’s March is a rejection and a protest against a cynical worldview and way of looking at fellow human…
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How Trump’s Traffic In Fake News Helped And Caught Up With Him, By Adeolu Ademoyo

...Congressman John Lewis’ claim that he did not believe that Donald Trump was legitimately elected, shows how Trump’s traffic in fake news as the modus operandi of his campaign of hate, racism, sexism, xenophobia, homophobia and bigotry caught up with him, for if his election was partly driven and founded…
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Pope Francis And American Christianity’s “new king”, By Adeolu Ademoyo

So when our Cardinals, Bishops, priests, pastors, sisters, deacons, other religious women and men queue before Trump in celebration, what are they seeing in their new “king”? Are they seeing our faith, our true Christian values, and models for our children? Or are they seeing in Trump a salesman through…
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Michelle Obama: Hope In a Post-Truth and Post-Fact America, By Adeolu Ademoyo

So when Michelle Obama gave a trajectory of hope in American today and insisted that a leader must give hope: my question is how can Donald Trump give hope to more than half of Americans who he has made invisible to himself? “Hope is is a necessary As I said…
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Soyinka, Nigerian Online Trumpsters, and Normalising Racist Historiography, By Adeolu Ademoyo

When you leave the main issue and proceed to trivialise it, as the few members of the Nigerian online community of Trump trolls and Trumpsters have done, you negate yourself, and by an act of omission or commission validate an emerging racist historiography, which the main backers of Donald Trump…
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Soyinka And Nigerian Trumpsters, By Adeolu Ademoyo

If the online community of Nigerian Trumpsters still does not see this implication of their attack on Soyinka, which shows their legitimising the allocation of moral and intellectual values to people based on looks and races, then it is indeed grim and frightful. It shows a lack of critical historical…
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Protecting the Bible and Defending Pope Francis Against Bigotry In America, By Adeolu Ademoyo

Christianity does not and cannot validate and normalise racism, bigotry, anti-Semitism, sexism, xenophobia, homophobia, even when some in the past and now who claim to be Christians have historically used the Christian faith and its institutions to entrench slavery, bigotry and racism in the United states of America. "The virus…
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