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The “What Is” and “What If” of Chaplaincy

By | on 19, Nov 2018 |   Chaplaincy social transformation Voice Entrepreneur

Conscious and deliberate acts of caring are a unique human attribute. The need to care and to be cared for is essential to the survival of all human groups. We create communities, cultural norms, ethi[...]

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Consultations from India to Minneapolis: a United Student's Reflections.

By | on 04, May 2018 |   Voice interreligious chaplaincy social transformation Activism justice

In winter 2018, I took a trip to India with a group of students from the seminary, visiting sacred sites of 7 religions – Baha’i, Buddhist, Muslim, Jain, Sikh, Christian and Hindu. The trip was called[...]

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The Politics of Betrayal: A Feminist Reading of Spy Wednesday

By | on 26, Mar 2018 |   Voice social transformation holy week ministry Feminism Bible

THE POLITICS OF BETRAYAL: A FEMINIST READING OF SPY WEDNESDAY By Samantha Field

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Video Ministry: Countering LGBTQ "Clobber Texts" on Youtube.  

By | on 22, Mar 2018 |   Activism social transformation social justice lgbtq videos Voice

How do we share our messages and enact our ministry across different audiences?  Social Transformation student, Nikole Mitchell uses Twitter, blogging, and vlogging (video blogging) to reach people wh[...]

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United Rejects Religious Discrimination in Health Care

By | on 28, Feb 2018 |   statement healthcare Civil Rights social transformation Chaplaincy interreligious chaplaincy Voice injustice seminary social justice

On January 18, 2018, the Trump Administration announced the creation of a “civil rights” division within the Department of Health and Human Services that would allow health workers to discriminate aga[...]

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Biblical Drag: Performing Gender with the Song of Songs.

By | on 05, Feb 2018 |   lgbtq Voice Judaism Theology Drag theological education social transformation

From He to She, from You to Me: Worship as Drag in the Song of Songs

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