Braulia Ribeiro is a Brazilian researcher who has worked for many years among river communities and indigenous groups of the Amazon Basin.
Unfortunately, a great part of the Protestant and evangelical hope is now focused on this world. I don’t need to say that the inner transformation of the Gospel eventually turns into practical transformation. But as good as that is, it cannot replace eternal hope.
Braulia RibeiroFebruary 18, 2022
How do Martin Luther’s Reformation ideas relate to Latin America today?
Braulia RibeiroJuly 26, 2019
For big industries and environmental NGOs, purchasing UN-sanctioned carbon credits in indigenous reservations seemed to be a good idea. However, the morality of the whole thing is gray.
Braulia RibeiroMarch 29, 2017
“Bribe-ocracy” is the new term that had to be created exclusively for the scandal that the Brazilian justice system has been uncovering.
Braulia RibeiroOctober 13, 2016
It took Brazil a painful 13 years and a practically bankrupt country to see the truth behind the socialists’ beautiful and impossible promises.
Braulia RibeiroJune 14, 2016