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Curating and Disseminating Research on Race and Religion
a Theological Framework for Social Sin,Social Justice, and Social Flourishing
Although God’s call to act justly is both individual and social, much of American Christianity has adopted a hyper-individualistic orientation. It emphasizes having a personal relationship with God, one-on-one discipleship, individual accountability, resisting temptation, and confessing personal transgressions.
All of these truths are parts of the Gospel, but they are not the entire story.
Scholar Spotlight | Religion and Politics
Religion and politics are some of the most polarizing topics in the U.S. Some people believe that congregations should stay out of politics, while others see political activism as a central part of their faith. Join Professor Fulton as he talks with Dr. Khari Brown about his new book Race and the Power of Sermons on American Politics. #scholarspotlight #religion #politics
Religion and Refugees | The Role of Christians in Refugee Resettlement
Although there is a clear mandate for Christians to welcome and care for the needs of refugees, varied responses to refugee resettlement reveals a form of racial inequality and injustice that is rarely discussed. Join Professor Fulton as he talks with Dr. Melissa Borja about her forthcoming book Follow the New Way: Hmong Refugee Resettlement Policy and Hmong Religious Change. #faithandprejudice #christianrefugees #hmongrefugee
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