What Is the Christian Perspective on Racially-Charged Ferguson Case?

St. Louis rapper Thi’sl (born Travis Tyler) is among residents who have been on the ground in Ferguson, Missouri, calling for justice in what some see as another callous killing of an unarmed black man by law enforcement. But what is a Christian perspective on the racially-charged case?

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Every Tuesday since September 11th, 2001, Joann, Elaine and Carmen have stood on Main Street in Freeport, Maine, for exactly one hour. They've proudly waved American flags to honor those who risked their lives and those who died. At 74, 77, and 83 years old, they've decided this morning will be their last vigil

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