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Made in God’s Image

Presiding Bishop Curry: “We must be clear that all human beings are made in God’s image and each deserves a life free from violence or threat of violence, exploitation, and coercion.”

Church Moves Two Plaques

Christ Church, Alexandria, to place Lee and Washington plaques in another space.

Never forget, never again: Keeping Civil War memorials

We must acknowledge the good, but also the bad, of our past — memories of deliverance, but also that from which we were delivered.

Name Three

Valerie M. Joyce rarely finds anyone who can meet the challenge of naming three African-American women from history.

Abp. Sentamu Lauds Wilberforce

John Sentamu praises William Wilberforce’s “deep trust in Christ, persistence, courage, and determination.”

Dispatch from a white priest in Dallas

Like many people, I feel a sense of foreboding about what is coming on our nation and our world.

Zombies, pop culture, and the wage slave

Perhaps the zombie may be a myth at home in the post-Christendom of late modern society.

Honor, shame, and the Gospel in the American South: Part I

This series of posts discusses the honor-shame dynamic of the American South, a Christian challenge to injustice that takes into account the region's social paradigm, and Jackson Wu's "4 Keys to Evangelism in Honor-Shame Cultures."

Civil War and Seminary Hill

Robert W. Prichard, Adrienne Terrell Washington will discuss the Civil War role of Virginia Theological Seminary.

Pledge: No Slavery by 2020

Archbishop Justin Welby signs the Joint Declaration of Religious Leaders against Modern Slavery.

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