Resisting Trump’s God

Ben Sanders III calls on us to resist President Trump’s god, which is rooted in militaristic violence, xenophobic hate, and corporate greed.

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Private Prisons Reversal Signals Tide of Injustice

Jermaine McDonald worries whether the reversal of the Obama-era private prisons ban signals a justice department on the verge of increasing incarceration.

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John Senior on A Theology of Political Vocation

Featured contributor John E. Senior answers five questions about his book, A Theology of Political Vocation: Christian Life and Public Office.

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ON DEMAGOGUES AND PROPHETS

Featured contributor John E. Senior reflects on the distinction between the prophet and the demagogue in the age of Donald Trump.

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Biblical Women for Whom We Can Say #ShePersisted

Jermaine McDonald highlights three women in the Bible who exemplify pushing beyond social barriers that would deny them justice and righteousness in honor of #ShePersisted.

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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 Black Existential Absurdity

Prof. Ben Sanders remembers a childhood experience with the police in light of James Cone’s Black Theology and #BlackLivesMatter.

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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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Introducing Podcast Series ‘Queer And Christian’

Introducing a new Symposium Ethics podcast series where scholars, activists, and theologians discuss traversing Queer and Christian identities, hosted by Rev. Dr. Jermaine McDonald.

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What, to Black America, is Your Fourth of July?

Jermaine McDonald reads “What to the Slave is Your Fourth of July?” by Frederick Douglass to reflect on the current challenges facing Black America.

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What is a Vote?

In this season of political strife, Myles Werntz brings much needed clarity to the ethical implications of four approaches to voting in national elections.

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