Month: April 2021

Theological Formation, Contested Frameworks, and Racial Reckoning

R. Drew Smith, April 13, 2021 (Pittsburgh Seminary Blog) In the midst of America’s ongoing reckoning with race, Christianity’s role in undergirding and reinforcing the nation’s racialized societal constructions has received increasing attention. Theological education has had an undeniable influence upon American normative formation at multiple levels, having for centuries “served to inform the minds …

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Critical Conversation 2: The State of Black Health Across the African Diaspora

Critical Conversation 2: The State of Black Health Across the African Diaspora 24th April 7.30pm UK time BlakPak Critical Conversations. A series of sparkling international dialogues with leading thinkers from across the global African Diaspora About this Event Racism: The Real Global Health Pandemic? The word pandemic has become commonplace since the arrival of Covid-19. Before …

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