The Survey Says: Anxious Americans

The American Values Survey was released yesterday.  Conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute, the yearly survey reports that Americans are anxious about a lot of things.  The Religion News Service highlighted the findings  and they are scary.  Apparently, we are worried about money, race, religion, specifically Islam and immigration especially in terms of the […]

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A 3- Minute Lesson on Race

You’ve got time for this class and it is brought to you by Jenée Desmond Harris.  It is a lesson that must be learned and that bears repeating.  Harris starts from the beginning of race and no, she does not begin in the book of Genesis.  Lie #1 struck down.  Race is not that old. […]

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Soong-Chan Rah on the Racialization and Nationalization of the Image of God

Soong- Chan Rah talks about the strengths and weaknesses of a transcendent imagination, exceptionalism, the racialization and nationalization of the image of God at Wheaton College.  Let us think more deeply about the impact of the social construct of race on our theology and anthropology.  

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