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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The Death of Christian America?

John Senior, drawing on Reinhold Niebuhr, argues that for the United States to be a Christian nation it must be open to prophetic judgment.

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Speaking of the Dead: Writing, Representation, and the Afterlives of Warriors

Dr. Myles Werntz argues that the ethics of memory require us to remember the “flesh and blood” of historical figures rather than as “ideals” to be appropriated for our own ends.

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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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The Case for Ministry

For our #Alt-Ac series, Brandon Pierce suggests ethicists and theologians consider the case for ministry when determining their post-doctorate vocation.

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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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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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Resurrecting History: Reflections on Digital Memory and Christian Ethics

At that moment the curtain of the temple was torn in two, from top to bottom. The earth shook, and

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Five Questions for Vic McCracken: Christian Faith and Social Justice

Christian Faith and Social Justice: Five Views Publication Year: 2014     James McCarty: You make this statement in the

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We Can’t Breathe: A Theology of the Die-In

“I can’t breathe … We can’t breathe!” These were the words that Seattle University students, staff, and faculty chanted on

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