Americans should be cautious in their reactions to Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’s death, says Obery Hendricks, professor of biblical interpretation at New York Theological Seminary. Celebrating a death is inhumane, Hendricks says, and criticizing Venezuela’s democracy could be hypocritical. “We should take a much more humane and much more self-reflective look at countries and leaders around the world before we pat ourselves on the back about how exceptional we are in America,” he said.

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