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Sojourners 6h
What if this year churches and faith communities across the country began to face the truth of our history?
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Sojourners 7h
We saw a growing crop of evangelical college students who wanted to love their Muslim neighbors as themselves, but who were getting little guidance on how to do so from their elders.
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Sojourners 8h
What makes turkey, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie so special?
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Sojourners 9h
Looking at immigration from its roots can entirely change our perspective on the issue.
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Sojourners 10h
If creating art as an act of resistance moves us closer to a deeper understanding of God, then theopoetics is absolutely another way of conceptualizing theology.
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Sojourners 11h
'I'm hoping people recalibrate their vision of Jesus in a way that opens their eyes to this 'new paradigm' that's not new at all but has just been so corrupted.' -
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Sojourners 12h
"In the 37 times that Jesus describes the reign of God in the Gospels, not once is the kingdom of God like a kingdom of earth."
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Sojourners 13h
No person in a country as advanced as this one should be poor and unable to eat or educate their children.
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Sojourners 14h
Fully 87 percent of Americans said that they feel the country is more divided than at any point in their lifetimes.
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Sojourners 16h
his season, we gather to thank you and say: O God, you continue to bless us today! May we who’ve been blessed by the gifts of your hand Now care for the water, the air and the land.
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Sojourners 17h
When the church cannot supply the language for what our experience is and what our liberation looks like, we engage in theopoetics as resistance.
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Sojourners Nov 19
"Worshipping a God of truth while actively supporting — or passively ignoring — a deceitful and destructive ruler is appalling."
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Sojourners Nov 19
"There were abolitionists who aided these northern bound caravans seeking new life and advocating for policies of justice. Many were Christians who risked hiding, feeding, and prayerfully encouraging those seeking a new life."
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Sojourners Nov 19
"Theopoetics is a decolonial reimagining of the Creator, God, through creative expression when the language of the church and theology have failed us."
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Sojourners Nov 19
"At 76 years old, she remains a thorn in the side of the powerful."
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Sojourners Nov 19
"White evangelical church, this is your witness. You have become evidence of forces hell-bent on subordinating people of color and crushing the image of God. Repent and believe the gospel."
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Sojourners Nov 19
“As we consider history and its place in our schools, it is important to ask: how do state-mandated history standards represent indigenous peoples? And, in this season of “Thanksgiving,” should we revise our curriculum to be more accurate?”
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Sojourners Nov 19
"When the church cannot supply the language for what our experience is and what our liberation looks like, we engage in theopoetics as resistance."
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Sojourners Nov 19
"The God of scripture is for those who are in desperate need of justice and a protector. We want to be on their side speaking in solidarity with them. I think a lot of people feel that way but they don't know how to say it."
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Sojourners Nov 19
"The future must be a way of social organization that is inclusive of everyone, every community, along with the necessary and vital elements of life: housing, food, education, health, earth-care, employment, and participation.”
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