sojo.net | 22 September 2017
The prevailing narrative in our current administration is that diplomacy has been exhausted. But those I've spoken with in South Korea tell a different story. ... and countless times here I’ve heard prayers and hopes for reunification, some time, in some way.
In my view, we allow the divisions made arbitrarily by politics and war to separate in our hearts what is indivisible in God’s love. Our witness must begin by resisting the false logic of such divisions with a unifying vision, hope, and prayer. Then we must plea with those in U. S. political power to pursue, relentlessly, “the things which make for peace,” knowing that in God’s realm, they are never exhausted.