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Bill Gaventa sees mandates for welcoming the stranger and being the body of Christ as important reasons for faith communities to provide inclusion — in ways that are both obvious and subtle — to people with disabilities.
As part of the celebration of Pride Month, Unbound: An Interactive Journal of Christian Social Justice has launched a series called “Queering the Bible,” which will start with a 16-part study of the Gospel of Mark written by LGBTQIA+ leaders in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and beyond. The series launched June 1 and continues through July 22.
For Lent 2022, Unbound — An Interactive Journal on Christian Social Justice is offering a devotional series focused on the Latina community.
As a queer woman, Brooke Scott has an affirming view of who God is.
Dr. Susannah Larry, the author of a new book on sexualized violence, got to know the “happy parts” of the Bible while growing up in a Presbyterian church but had to wrestle with the book’s more troubling aspects while attending Vanderbilt Divinity School.
The past few years, Unbound: An Interactive Journal of Christian Social Justice has launched Advent and Lenten devotional series focusing on groups such as Black Women and people with disabilities.
The second Linda Kay Klein heard that the gunman in the March 16 shootings at three Atlanta spas considered his victims “stumbling blocks,” she knew he had been raised in purity culture.
Near the end of Tuesday’s episode of “Just Talk Live,” peace activist Kathryn Fleisher reflected on how community members united after a mass shooting at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue in 2018.
Faith leaders will gather in front of the Justice Department in Washington D.C. and march to Freedom Plaza Friday afternoon to lament lives lost and demand just policies in policing and an end to racism.
The latest episode of “Just Talk Live” aired Tuesday with the specter of yet another police-involved shooting of a Black man looming overhead.