Christian Ethicists Respond to the Inauguration of President Donald Trump

This post includes responses from several of our featured contributors to questions regarding the newly appointed president and what it

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Where are all the jobs?

As of this writing, there are exactly zero full-time, entry-level, tenure-track jobs in Christian ethics being advertised by Protestant universities.

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On Empathy and #BlackLivesMatter

A reflection on how our comments on social media demonstrate the necessity of #BlackLivesMatter as a slogan and a movement.

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A Word for White Folks Who Want Reconciliation

Despite calls from some, James McCarty argues now is the time to work toward racial justice and not a Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

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Here is What I Know – God Loves LGBTQ People

James McCarty III reflects on the Orlando massacre to declare that God loves all LGBTQ people. Full stop.

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Campus Ministry and Christian Social Ethics

Dr. James McCarty III explains why campus ministry is an excellent alt-ac option for those with graduate degrees in Christian Ethics.

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Symposium Ethics Podcast Episode 5

Managing Editor James McCarty III speaks with Catherine Punsalan-Malimos about the implications of Pope Francis’ 2015 visit to the United States.

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#KellyOnOurMind

We, the editors of Symposium Ethics (and as former residents of the state of Georgia), stand in solidarity with Kelly

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Symposium Ethics Podcast Episode 4

Managing Editor James McCarty III speaks with Kevin O’Brien about the implications of Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si for addressing climate change.

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Introducing Our Featured Contributors

Symposium Ethics is happy to announce our new lineup of Featured Contributors. In addition to our Managing Editors, our Featured

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The Sexual Violence of Male Pacifists

When I was a younger man I was discerning a call to ministry while working as a military contractor. As

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Is God Asleep?

Mark 4:35-41 4:35 On that day, when evening had come, he said to them, “Let us go across to the

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