The #MeToo campaign has given much-needed space for victims of abuse and harassment to be heard. That there is a #ChurchToo tag that is gaining impetus should highlight the degree to which a low view of women and the impulse to protect men is also found in leading Christian institutions.
Isiphambano Centre for Biblical Justice is a study and training centre dedicated to developing a holistic, theological and cross-centred response to racial and economic injustice within the South African context.
Come join us for an evening of celebration, story-telling and vision casting as we look back at an incredible year of God’s work through and in Isiphambano. Come dream with us as we share our vision for the next season of Isiphambano and invite you to a part of the journey.
The news regularly highlights institutional and individual acts of racism. But these reports don’t only reveal the persistence of racism but a shallow understanding of it. Unearthing the pillars of implicit bias and socialization increases the likelihood of navigating conversations about racism successfully. This session will deal with a biblical theology of socialization, seeing the…
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