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The Holy Trinity, Race, and a Time of Crisis

The Holy Trinity, Race, and a Time of Crisis

August 6 th 2020 by Ken Herfst

Perhaps we should take a look at God's identity papers before we ask people for theirs.

Diversity and the Common Good

Diversity and the Common Good

July 30 th 2020 by Natasha Sistrunk Robinson

The urgent need to train the minds of children and renew the minds of adults.

Justice and Race: What We Can and Cannot Change

Justice and Race: What We Can and Cannot Change

June 11 th 2020 by Matthew Loftus

We can talk about power, but we also need to talk about principalities.

Dear America

Dear America

May 21 st 2020 by Larycia Hawkins

In the Shadow of Memory

In the Shadow of Memory

April 23 rd 2020 by Danté Stewart

"The act of imagination is bound up with memory." —Toni Morrison

“I Saw a Man Fly! I Am Sure I Did!”

“I Saw a Man Fly! I Am Sure I Did!”

February 20 th 2020 by Mack McCarter

And the wolf will dwell with the lamb…

On Peacemaking

On Peacemaking

January 23 rd 2020 by Robin Shaw

Owning and sanctifying our natural tendencies for Christ's sake and the public good.

When the City of Man Is Redlined

When the City of Man Is Redlined

June 13 th 2019 by Matthew Loftus

How best to stitch the wounds of segregation?

A Damnable Shame

A Damnable Shame

March 14 th 2019 by Mark Mulder

The church as co-conspirator in unrelenting, adaptive racism.

The Future of Church-Race Relations

The Future of Church-Race Relations

February 14 th 2019 by Jemar Tisby with Wesley Hill

Why looking back might be the best way for the church to look ahead.

The Modest University

The Modest University

March 1 st 2018 by Chad Wellmon

The moral argument in favour of limits on the moral jurisdiction of universities.

Mass Incarceration and the "Politics of Respectability"

Mass Incarceration and the "Politics of Respectability"

December 14 th 2017 by Jemar Tisby

Sometimes complicity is less about responsibility and more about diminished agency.

To Knock a Chip out of the Wall: Sophie Scholl

To Knock a Chip out of the Wall: Sophie Scholl

December 1 st 2017 by Karen Wright Marsh

Learning from Sophie Scholl in Charlottesville.

Learning to Be Free: Booker T. Washington

Learning to Be Free: Booker T. Washington

December 1 st 2017 by George Sanker

What someone who was enslaved can teach us about a liberal education.

The Friend We Need but Do Not Want: Martin Luther King Jr.

The Friend We Need but Do Not Want: Martin Luther King Jr.

December 1 st 2017 by Gregory Thompson

On the inconvenience of Martin Luther King Jr.