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Confession is the Start – Now Put Some Skin in the Game

Dismantling White Privilege in Institutions of Theological Education I have grown weary of liberal racism. I have grown especially weary of Christian liberal racism. White supremacy is insidious. It enables, sheds tears, and delays to deny. This sin is so

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Jennifer Ackerman
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Turning the Church Inside-Out, Encountering the ‘Other’

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Fuller Theological Seminary Interview with Jennifer Ackerman, 2nd Year Master of Divinity Student Interviewed by Patrick David Heery   View and print as PDF.   On April 24, 2012, I interviewed Jennifer Ackerman, a second-year Master of Divinity student at Fuller Theological Seminary, under care for ordination in the Presbyterian

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Rochelle Shaw
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Beyond the Walls

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San Francisco Theological Seminary Interview with Rochelle Shaw, 2nd Year Master of Divinity Student Interviewed by Patrick David Heery   View and print as PDF.   On April 24, 2012, I interviewed Rochelle Shaw, a second-year Master of Divinity student at San Francisco Theological Seminary (SFTS), which is a member

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High Ideals and Low Fences

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Unpacking the narrative meaning of “justice” in seminary life An Editorial by Chris Iosso   View and print as PDF.   Patrick Heery’s editorial is the one that tells you what this issue of Unbound is about, and as a recent seminary grad he has worked with much empathy to

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Austin Seminary

Maria’s Story: Detention in the Land of the Free

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Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Seminary students visit immigrant detainees at the Hutto Detention Facility in Taylor, Texas. By Ruth Elswood   View and print as PDF.   Maria sat across from us. Her hands shook; her cheeks wet from tears. We fumbled for words of hope as we spoke with

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