Michael Cooper-White


Like millions of Americans, like many of you readers, I am outraged.

I have witnessed all the tragic events of the second half of the twentieth and first two decades of the twenty-first century. I recoiled at the assassinations of two Kennedys, Martin Luther King Jr., and too many lesser-known souls to list. The horrors of Sept. 11, 2001, and a host of other searing moments are emblazoned upon my memory.

An Adams County resident who also lives part-time in New York City, Cooper-White is President Emeritus of United Lutheran Seminary and Director of Lutheran Formation at Union Theological Seminary. The opinions expressed in these columns are his own.

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