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  1. What Really Matters?

    / SEP 2016

    What really matters in education? Amid headlines about standardized test scores, global rankings of students from different countries, technology-enhanced learning, the unreasonable costs of higher... read more »
  2. We Are One Voice

    / NOV 2017

    Black theology of liberation in the USA and South Africa (SA) both began from the mid-1960s to the early 1970s. They carried the energy of the youth who were eager to change the world so that all... read more »
  3. W. Robertson Smith and the Sociological Study of Religion

    / SEP 2016

    William Robertson Smith (1846-94) was one of the most profound and versatile Victorian thinkers--a principal figure in the development of social anthropology and the founder of modern sociology of... read more »
  4. Tough Gynes

    / MAR 2019

    In Borderline, Stan Goff unpacked the association of masculinity with war. In Tough Gynes, using an incisive and often darkly humorous study of nine films featuring violent female... read more »
  5. The War Stole My Soul with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): What Now?

    / JAN 2018

    When Reverend Mosby’s son went to war, she, like so many other mothers, prayed for his safe return. Her prayers were answered. He came home, alive and whole. Or, so she thought.

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  6. The Power of Circles

    / AUG 2016

    Communication is the key to all successful human interactions. In light of the expanding use of texting and other forms of electronic communication, we risk losing the personal, face-to-face... read more »
  7. The Great Reversal

    / JAN 2007

    Why did the evangelical church, which had been the leader in social welfare and reform prior to the twentieth century, discontinue its involvement in social concerns? Is a commitment to personal... read more »
  8. The Good News about Conflict

    / JUL 2016

    Conflict over homosexuality in Christian churches is only intensifying. We can do better. We have to do better. The stakes are too high to do otherwise. Conflicts are difficult and ugly, but the... read more »
  9. The Changing Role of the Managing Chaplain at Haverigg Prison

    / AUG 2015

    This paper is the result of ethnographic research carried out by the Managing Chaplain at Haverigg Prison. It is the first work of its type since the reorganization of the Prison Service in 2013... read more »

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