Kerux Editors on Diversity

When we as an editing team first discussed our sense of a timely and meaningful theme for the January edition of the Kerux, diversity was a topic we kept returning to. We had some initial misgivings about the theme because of the ambiguous and misleading … Continue readingKerux Editors on Diversity

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Side by Side With Me

Protest and resistance can be made manifest in many forms. It was evident that the March In Solidarity, on the evening of December 12th, organized by Madison Square Church and Grace CRC, was done as a call for Kingdom Justice. A community conversation had been … Continue readingSide by Side With Me

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Shootings, Silence, and Self-Examination: How Should We as Seminarians Respond?

Countless news reports depicted mass marches of protest.  Television screens flashed images of hurt and anger setting cities aflame. In the wake of the non-indictment of officers Darren Wilson and Daniel Pantaleo, each night brought new stories confronting our comfortably-held notion that we have progressed … Continue readingShootings, Silence, and Self-Examination: How Should We as Seminarians Respond?

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