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How WEIRD is Your Theology?

Over the past week, I've been trying to introduce people who visit this blog to various strands of Black (specifically African American) theology and self-reflection: the Spirituals, the Harlem Renaissance, the Civil Rights Movement, Black Liberation, Womanist thought, and reflections on Black Lives Matter. I did this to amplify Black voices at a time when … Continue reading How WEIRD is Your Theology?

A Time for Prophetic Grief: Hearing BlackLivesMatter

[I have watched in horror over the past couple weeks at the continued violence against the black community in the United States and in Canada. In the interest of amplifying black voices, over the next week I'll be promoting black theology past and present, with as little commentary from me as possible. May we all … Continue reading A Time for Prophetic Grief: Hearing BlackLivesMatter

Deep River Flowing Home to God: Hearing the Womanist Thought of Dr. Diana L. Hayes

[I have watched in horror over the past couple weeks at the continued violence against the black community in the United States and in Canada. In the interest of amplifying black voices, over the next week I'll be promoting black theology past and present, with as little commentary from me as possible. May we all … Continue reading Deep River Flowing Home to God: Hearing the Womanist Thought of Dr. Diana L. Hayes

The Blackness of God: Hearing Dr. James H. Cone

[I have watched in horror over the past couple weeks at the continued violence against the black community in the United States and in Canada. In the interest of amplifying black voices, over the next week I'll be promoting black theology past and present, with as little commentary from me as possible. May we all … Continue reading The Blackness of God: Hearing Dr. James H. Cone