In World War 2, naziis murdered something over 5,000,000 Jews in the event we call the holocaust. I was a child at the time. But my family was in church almost every day and twice on Sundays. I can't recall any mention of the holocaust in church during the war. Nor can I remember any in the years following the war. Though I can remember the anti-semitism that was common in Canada during the war, and for many years after. Today, there is another holocaust and, no, I am not exaggerating. The U.S. is killing what will almost certainly be millions of the people of Yemen - mostly civilians including children. (Indeed, the killing of civilians has been the major thrust of most U.S. wars since 1945.) The Yemeni are being killed by enforced starvation - and also by a a terrible plague for which the U.S. denies them medicine. We are watching a U.S. determined to rule the world, no matter what the cost in human suffering. I see Christianity as an eminently practical faith. It's not just a matter of believing or keeping one's slate clean to get into heaven. Why are Christians so silent about the extraordinary years of murder in the millions since 1945, and the plundering of the earth by our wealthy? We are living in perhaps the most brutal age this world has ever seen, and we are the greatest part of the brutality. But Christians don't seem to care.