Protest & Public Witness

Earlier this year, I had the chance to share a few thoughts and theological reflections through the General Board of Higher Education & Ministry about protest and public witness. Given the time we are in and the renewed place protest has in our public conversations, I hope you might find it helpful!

Will

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2 thoughts on “Protest & Public Witness

  1. Thought-provoking and insightful as ever, Will. Those of us watching from Canada are completely nonplussed in watching this political charade play out knowing that our brothers and sisters in Christ had a role in bringing it about … “…the legacy from the molted snakeskin of American evangelicalism” methinks

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  2. Thank you for this wonderfully succinct a to the point statement. In our Sunday school class in Nashville, we are discussing how we as Christians are to view the current political situation and this not only answers it, it tells us what to do.

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