Podcast Episode 7 – Beyond an Ecology of Fear

In the seventh episode of the Symposium Ethics Podcast, Dr. Susanna Snyder, Tutor in Theology at the University of Roehampton and Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Christianity and Culture at Regent’s Park College in Oxford, discusses faithful, justice-seeking Christian responses to the Syrian refugee crisis and the ecology of fear that infects the public discourse inspired by recent IS attacks in Paris and Beirut.

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Podcast Episode 6 – Stand Your Ground Culture

In the sixth episode of the Symposium Ethics Podcast, host Jermaine McDonald speaks with Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas about her latest book, “Stand Your Ground: Black Bodies and the Justice of God,” on the one-year anniversaries of a St. Louis County grand jury’s decision to not indict Officer Darren Wilson for the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and the three-second shooting of Tamir Rice by police officers on a playground in Cleveland, Ohio.

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Black Bodies Remain in Peril in America

Dr. Jermaine McDonald explains why a school officer slamming down a noncompliant black teenage girl is just the latest evidence of Black bodies in peril.

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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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Introducing the #AltAc Series

We are happy to introduce to you the latest feature of Symposium Ethics, the “#AltAc Series.” We intend this series to

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Symposium Ethics Podcast Episode 3

#PublicReligionResearch In the third episode of the Symposium Ethics Podcast, host Jermaine McDonald speaks with Dr. Robert P. Jones, CEO

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Symposium Ethics Podcast Episode 2

#PoliticsofJesús In the second episode of the Symposium Ethics Podcast, host Jermaine McDonald speaks with Dr. Miguel De La Torre, Professor of

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Symposium Ethics Podcast Episode 1

#BlackLivesMatter In the inaugural episode of the Symposium Ethics Podcast, two of the co-managing editors of Symposium Ethics, Drs. Jermaine McDonald

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Benjamin Mays and Anticolonialism: A Response to Sarah Azaransky

Sarah Azaransky, “Benjamin Mays’s The Negro’s God: Recovering a Theological Tradition for an American Freedom Movement,” Journal of the Society of Christian

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January 2015 Webcast – #BlackLivesMatter

Symposium Ethics co-editors Jermaine McDonald and James McCarty III discuss #BlackLivesMatter in a three-part webcast. January 2015

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