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.
The People's Institute for Survival and Beyond
A humanistic process for laying a foundation to explore how we have been racialized, socialized, and conditioned to think about race and racism.