church and faith

Seminary Shows What Theology Looks Like in Protest

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Students at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University organized a die-in on campus that became a bodily articulation of what theology looks like in protest. Read more

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Ferguson: Between Jesus and Barabbas

By Drew Elizarde-Miller 

As the spotlight is on Ferguson and many await the grand jury’s decision on Darren Wilson, we, the crowd, must recognize our responsibility and the power we possess. Read more

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10 Quotes from Myles Munroe on Personal Growth and Relationships

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The late Dr. Myles Munroe had a vibrant ministry that encouraged many, here are just a few of our favorite quotes from him. Read more

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Video: Church Kid Halloween

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Playmaker Kev on Stage perfectly captures a church kid’s thoughts on celebrating Halloween as the set apart. Read more

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Jesus in the Black Christian Imagination, Pt. 2

By Jason Oliver Evans 

Part two examines the work of black women scholars who identify Christ as suffering alongside black women and calls black Christians to contend with classical Christology. Read more

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Jesus Christ in the Black Christian Imagination, Pt. 1

By Jason Oliver Evans 

Part one of this series examines the early representations of Jesus from Eurocentric artistic renderings to the first black theologians to posit Jesus’ cultural blackness. Read more

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Jim Wallis on Ferguson: Repentance Has Not Happened There Yet

By Lilly Fowler 

Rev. Jim Wallis, founder of Sojourners, talks about how faith plays a role in his decision to come to St. Louis and how his past involvement in the civil rights era compares to today. Read more

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Navigating Missional Work as the Lone Person of Color

By Margot Starbuck 

Word Made Flesh Global Executive Director Leroy Barber talks about his new book and the challenges of sometimes being the only person of color in missional ministries. Read more

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Doing Apologetics from an Urban Perspective

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UrbanFaith talks with Chris Brooks about his book, “Urban Apologetics,” the significance of apologetics for evangelism, and some of the unlikely voices in apologetics. Read more

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The #WhyIStayed Tweets Pastors Need to See

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#WhyIStayed and #WhenILeft are offering insight and firsthand accounts of domestic violence but they are also revealing the church’s negligence on the issue. Read more

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