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Browsing posts by topic: CHRISTIANITY AND SOCIAL EQUALITY
Oct  2014 22
Director of Recruitment Josh Linton will join CultureCast host and author Christian Piatt to discuss changes in the Christian church and how they may affect seminary education.
Sep  2014 10
Phillips Theological Seminary joined Metropolitan Baptist Church (the Met) for a Candlelight Vigil for Justice on Sunday, Aug. 31, in response to the fatal shooting of Mike Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
Aug  2014 12
Dr. Sarah Morice Brubaker reflects on race, privilege and social justice as they relate to the shooting of Mike Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
Jul  2014 11
President Gary Pelsuo-Verdend believes knowing about history is important, but sometimes, he says, it can be better to forget.
Jun  2014 20
Faculty members at Phillips speak at events and write for publications outside the seminary as part of the Speakers Bureau.
Jun  2014 11
Dr. Mindy McGarrah Sharp spoke with KTUL about how the faith community should respond to a plan to temporarily house between 600 and 1,200 children from Central America seeking refuge from the extensive crime and poverty of their native lands.
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