Are Christianity and social justice incompatible? Or are they deeply integrated in ways that many Americans have forgotten or ignored? According to Robert Chao Romero, author of the new book Brown Church, Christians have much to learn from a 500 year history of Latina/o social justice, theology, and identity that even many Latina/os are unfamiliar with.
In the present moment, it seems like the most useful thing I can do is help make sure that other voices are heard, those with more personal stake in the matters of justice we are confronting.
We’re delighted to announce that InterVarsity Faculty Ministry will be hosting a digital pilgrimage experience for faculty this summer. As a part of faculty ministry, ESN is delighted to serve those in and considering faculty vocations. It may be hard to attend a summer conference or go on a literal pilgrimage in another part of […]
We continue our series of prayers for field areas today. Our hope is that each prayer will encourage those in a particular subject area in the specificity of their daily work, while also giving those in other fields a glimpse into how their colleagues are glorifying God in different areas of inquiry. If you’re inspired […]
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