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Call to Confession: Week 5

Call to Confession: Race, White Privilege, and the Church Week 5 Dear White Liberals, Rev. Sung Yeon Choi-Morrow It was a typical muggy August day in Chicago when I pulled up to McCormick Seminary in my U-Haul van, trailed by … Continue reading

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Calling Each Other ‘In’: Racial Justice and the PC(USA)

Interview with Stated Clerk Gradye Parsons As part of the finale to our discussion on race, white privilege, and the church, Rev. Molly Casteel – Assistant Stated Clerk and Manager for Representation, Inclusiveness, and Ruling Elder Training – sat down … Continue reading

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“This is What Theology Looks Like!”

Participation of Reformed Churches and Clergy in Demonstrations in Ferguson This essay is an excerpt from Elizabeth Hinson-Hasty’s contribution to Calvinism on the Peripheries: Religion and Civil Society in Europe, ed. by Ábrahám KOVÁCS, co-edited by Béla BARÁTH (Budapest: L’Harmattan, 2009), … Continue reading

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#FergusonOctober

The revolution is now. Drums beating People marching Youth leading Mike Brown means we gotta fight back Elders talk Young folks walk Occupy Defy Never give up the fight “Wade in the Water” demands to be heard Heavens open God … Continue reading

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