Kansas City Faith Blogger Argues For Doubt Against Extremism

Amid rising political divisions, one of this town's most prolific writers on the topic of faith & morals offers insight into creating a more peaceful world.

Here's just a bit of practical Sunday preaching . . .

"The world would be a much calmer, less violent place, if, before acting on any political or religious belief, people would stop and ask this: "Might I be wrong?" And this: "If others disagree with me, how did they come to their conclusions?"

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Are you aware of tools to help unplug extremism?

In my most recent book, Love, Loss and Endurance: A 9/11 Story of Resilience and Hope in an Age of Anxiety, I devote the final chapter to eight different ideas that people, especially people of faith, can use to try to unplug radicalism