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Catholics for Justice

Missionaries of Mercy: Evangelicals and Catholics for Justice

Guest Post by Peter Goodwin Heltzel “Writing theology is like writing a love letter,” said Gustavo Gutiérrez, the author of A Theology of Liberation, on Wednesday May 6th at Fordham University in New York City. As we passionately write love letters to our beloved, so we should write theology passionately about our God. Merciful love …

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Faith in the Darkness

A.J. Swoboda on Faith in the Darkness

A. J. Swoboda (PhD, University of Birmingham) teaches theology, biblical studies, and Christian history at George Fox Evangelical Seminary in Portland, Oregon. A. J. started and serves Theophilus Church in urban Portland. He is the author of Messy and is the coauthor of Introducing Evangelical Ecotheology and the recently released A Glorious Dark — a book that embraces the tension between …

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Wolterstorff on Justice, Art, Love & Human Flourishing

Nicholas Wolterstorff on Justice, Art, Love & Human Flourishing

Nick Wolterstorff on Justice, Art, Love and all things Human Flourishing I am often asked who has had the greatest theological influence on me.  As far as my Theology of Justice, it’s pretty easy.  No modern thinker has had a greater impact on the foundations of my thinking in justice, shalom and the beauty of …

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Williams on Bonhoeffer's Black Jesus

Re-Post: Reggie Williams on Bonhoeffer’s Black Jesus

Reggie Williams is an Assistant Professor of Christianity at McCormick Theological Seminary, in Chicago, Illinois. His research consists of the analysis of the intermingling of race and religion from the modern colonial period to the Harlem Renaissance. Particularly, Christology within the Harlem Renaissance literary movement yields evidence of a prophetic Christianity that can guide peaceful …

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Justice as a Theological Necessity

This blog post recently appeared on the World Vision blog — it’s a topic that I get asked about a lot so I thought I’d re-post it. ——————————————————————————————————————————– I often use the phrase “Theology of Justice.” In fact, it was one of the founding ideas and goals of The Justice Conference—to discuss and promote a theological …

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Shane Claiborne

Re-Post: An Interview with Shane Claiborne

Shane Claiborne on Red Letter Christians I’ve been doing interviews on the blog for the last few years. Interviews are an amazing way to spotlight people, ideas and often the books that intrigue me. The interview that garnered the most positive response, by far, is the conversation below with Shane Claiborne. Shane is one of …

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A Giveaway

Tyler Braun on Why Holiness Matters + A Giveaway

Tyler Braun is a writer, worship leader, and pastor from Oregon where he lives with his wife Rose and son Judah. Tyler writes about Millennials, God, faith, church, and theology and has been featured in various publications, such as Relevant Magazine and Christianity Today. He is the author of Why Holiness Matters: We’ve Lost our …

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