At the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, #stayathome spread on social media. However, it entails privilege. The hashtag assumes the widespread availability of housing for […]
On March 14, 2023, The Stead Center of Ethics and Values welcomed faith leaders Chaplain Tahera Ahmad, Dr. Kate Ott, Rev. Julie Windsor Mitchell, and […]
Photo by Jack Moreh from Freerange Stock Stress is a prevalent form of emotional, psychological, and affective tension when we cannot control exterior situations or pressure. Because it […]
Attempting to teach an Indigenous pedagogy in the current Western seminary approach, content differences aside, is the proverbial attempt to fit a square peg in to a round hole. There are some things that Western educators can be made aware of to help with the fit, but it will never substitute ground-level Indigenous education via decolonized and Indigenized Indigenous mentors.
The summer of 2020 was memorable for many reasons. My hope is that for those of us who are white Christians, we will remember that […]
Over the past several months I have been revisiting some of my favourite books. I’ve gone back to the fantastical people and landscapes of Diana […]
Editor’s note: For Corona Hermeneutics Part 1, see article linked to the left. The world is in the grip of a Coronavirus “pandemic.” Prominent political […]
Follow the Science has become the standard phrase among politicians and administrators for justifying ever stricter measures to fight the corona pandemic. Most people readily […]