|Dr. Rick Elgendy, Associate Professor of Christian Ethics and Public Theology, Wesley Theological Seminary
A major theme of contemporary debates is how social dynamics—such as race or gender—”structural,” implicating us in systems far larger than our own agency. How can we think faithfully about the current social moment in the U.S. in relation to these structures? How can we think theologically about the persons we are becoming and our communal participation in public life? What theological grammar and vocabulary might be available to us for drawing our political experience and our faith more closely together?
Race and Christianity (Four-Sunday Series)
Midweek Connections: Principalities and Powers: A Theology of Social Structures
Bible Study: "Looking Into the Lectionary"