2017 SOT Statement on Racial Justice

The School of Theology at SPU has released a Statement on Racial Justice. Click here to read.

Posted: Tuesday, September 26, 2017

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Christian Formation in Mission: Acts of Mercy and Justice

As the second intensive course for first-year seminarians, this course gets students outside the four walls of the classroom setting and into a context for real-world settings in the community.

“The possibility of imagining discipleship in a racial world must begin with Jesus. To imagine a life of discipleship, a way of being in the world that disrupts racial logic and formation, the church must begin to look anew at the center of our faith.”
Brian Bantum, SPU Assistant Professor of Theology,
Redeeming Mulatto: A Theology of Race and Christian Hybridity, p. 87
“The traditional face of American Evangelicalism is changing. An ever higher percentage of U.S. Evangelicals — perhaps nearing a third of the total — are Asian, African, Latin American, or Pacific Islander. ”
Dr. Soong-Chan Rah
The Next Evangelicalism
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