History and Social Justice Activism

I recently traveled with ten undergraduate students to the Conference on Faith and History (CFH) held at Calvin College, Grand Rapids Michigan.  This was an exciting and enriching trip for our students.  They, along with other history students from across the country, presented research papers at the undergraduate portion of the conference. For the past … Continue reading History and Social Justice Activism

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Charlottesville One Year Later: Why I Did Not Sign the Open Letter on Racism

This week marked the one-year anniversary of the tragic and fatal protest in Charlottesville, Virginia. Soon after this event two evangelical historians sent out an open letter on racism soliciting signatures from “Christian scholars of American history, politics, and law.” I know and deeply respect both scholars and their decision to produce and promulgate this … Continue reading Charlottesville One Year Later: Why I Did Not Sign the Open Letter on Racism