Christians from all traditions and from across the political spectrum have been pressing President Bush to try to get more United Nations peacekeeping troops on the ground in Darfur to stop the unrelenting violence there. The National Council of Churches endorsed the UN resolution in August that called for sending UN troops. In October, Evangelicals for Darfur, a coalition of Christian leaders—including Richard Land of the Southern Baptist Convention and Jim Wallis of Sojourners—took out full-page ads in newspapers calling for President Bush to do more to address the crisis.
Copyright © 2006 The Christian Century. This article first appeared in The Christian Century 123:24 (2006), 10-11.
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Joireman, Sandra F. "Killing Zone: What Can Be Done in Darfur." The Christian Century 123, no. 24 (2006): 10-11.