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Jun  2015 26
It's been quite a couple of weeks for news and preachers should take heed.
Dec  2014 17
The ecumenical faculty of Phillips Theological Seminary adds its collective voice to the movement proclaiming that Black lives matter. In doing so, we join others in deploring our country’s legacy of racism and White supremacy – a legacy that, even today, keeps us from being neighbors to one another.
Dec  2014 11
Representatives from the John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation and Phillips Theological Seminary will gather at 2:30 p.m. at Foolish Things Coffee House on Friday, Dec. 12, to continue a conversation that began last week on Phillips' campus regarding race and violence during Advent.
Nov  2014 24
Phillips President Gary Peluso-Verdend discusses the need for political voices that claim human dignity as God-given and inviolable.
Sep  2014 23
A faculty response to the recent verbal attacks by Oklahoma State Rep. John Bennett (Republican from Sallisaw) on Islam, members of the American Muslim community, and the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), as well as to his misrepresentation of Islam.
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.
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