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United Students Speak Out for the Environment

By | on 19, Apr 2021 |   students Voice Politics Environment Ecology Public Policy

On Friday April 16, United students and professor Dr. Justin Sabia-Tanis attended a virtual call with a staff member from Rep. Betty McCullom's office, coordinated by Minnesota Interfaith Power & Ligh[...]

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Love Is No Sin: Response to Vatican Statement on Same Sex Marriage

By | on 18, Mar 2021 |   ministry seminary Voice lgbtq Politics Catholic Church

“So we have known and believe the love that God has for us. God is love, and those who abide in love abide in God, and God abides in them.” 1 John 4:16

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Todd Lippert: United’s 2020 Distinguished Alum

By | on 01, Feb 2021 |   Campus News Alums social transformation Voice Politics UCC

United celebrates 2020 Distinguished Alum Todd Lippert! Since his graduation in 2003, Todd has lived into United’s missional values and a commitment to the Common Good through ministry to United Churc[...]

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Statement Regarding the Expanded Travel Ban From the Academic Council of United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities

By | on 07, Feb 2020 |   social justice resistance justice united faculty ministry news releases social transformation Voice Politics Inclusion

The Trump administration recently added six countries to the travel ban list which, as a recent New York Times article puts it, “will virtually block immigration from Africa’s most populous nation, Ni[...]

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"Many Waters Cannot Quench Love:" United's Response to the UMC General Conference.

By | on 04, Mar 2019 |   news Voice lgbtq statement Politics Methodist Studies

This week a special General Conference of the United Methodist Church voted to reaffirm and even to strengthen its opposition to same-sex marriage and to gay clergy. When the majority of delegates dec[...]

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Statement from United: Violence in the Name of Hate Is an Affront to God

By | on 30, Oct 2018 |   news Theology interfaith Voice Politics Gun Violence

As we grieve for those murdered in Pittsburgh, we are called individually and collectively to demand elimination of the political rhetoric that flames divisiveness and hatred toward people who are per[...]

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