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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

At the beginning of 2015, Rev. Osagyefo Sekou (who has been organizing and training for non-violent civil disobedience in Ferguson) asked an important question. Its 50 years since Martin Luther King, Jr., 50 years since Bloody Sunday, 50 years since civil rights legislation, what’s wrong with our theology that we […]

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A Demonstration of Contextual Theology

A Demonstration of Contextual Theology

Last week Dr. Larycia Hawkins burst out to the international media spotlight. The Assistant Professor of Political Science at Wheaton College, a Christian, wore a hijab to stand in solidarity with her Muslim sisters during Advent. She was put on paid administrative leave, not because she wore a head scarf […]

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Meeting Jesus at the Border: A Statement by the SCUPE Board of Directors

Meeting Jesus at the Border: A Statement by the SCUPE Board of Directors

SCUPE resolves to educate communities and people of faith for reflection and action on immigration justice, humane treatment for those at the borders, and welcome to refugees. The values of hospitality on which our nation is built, the religious traditions of welcome for the stranger, and the migrant and refugee […]

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