Our staff discusses why people of faith should be engaged around the 2018 midterm elections, concrete ways you can be involved, values we’re taking to the ballot box, and some of the issues we’re paying close attention to.
We interview biblical scholar and Old Testament professor Rev. Dr. Cheryl Anderson for our Seminary Spotlight. Drawing on her research on Bible and HIV, she discusses how the Bible can and should be re-interpreted to meet the needs of our current context.
Writing for the RevGalBlogPals, Rev. Marie Alford-Harkey describes why our faith commitments require us to hold Judge Brett Kavanaugh accountable.
Rev. Marie Alford-Harkey writes about how congregations that embrace bisexual+ people can help heal the suffering caused by bi-erasure.
Religious Institute president Rev. Marie Alford-Harkey speaks to Legit News about the Religious Institute’s new vision statement, her background and faith, and some of the Religious Institute’s current issues and programs.
Writing about the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, Religious Institute president Rev. Marie Alford-Harkey argues, “Kavanaugh’s nomination may seem inevitable, but justice is possible if we join together. Now is not the time to give up.”
Writing for the Religious Institute, Christian ethicist Rev. Dr. Darryl Stephens writes about how faith leaders should respond to the Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report.
Rev. Kentina Washington Leapheart writes about what it meant to be ordained this summer in The Fellowship of Affirming Ministries.
We interview emerging scholar and Black queer ethicist Elyse Ambrose for our Seminary Spotlight series.
Rev. Marie Alford-Harkey writes about her experience of marching and getting arrested at the launch event for the Poor People’s Campaign.