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Active Atonement

We can’t have forgiveness without confession and atonement. Atonement must take place and like the death on the cross it will be messy and painful.

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Sewanee refuses to rescind Charlie Rose’s honorary degree

In December, students at Sewanee submitted a petition to the board to rescind an honorary degree awarded to Charlie Rose in 2016. Rose was accused last year by several women of sexual assault, and has admitted that the claims are true. After long deliberation, the university board has decided that the honorary degree shall remain, citing the need for Christian forgiveness.

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#ChurchToo

Eisenstadt-Evans spoke to clergy about their denominational, congregational, and personal responses to the wave of revelations of sexual misconduct, harassment, and assault that filled the end of 2017’s news streams.

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Fully Involved

Our house is on fire. It is on fire with memories and old hurts and scars that still tingle and missing limbs that still move, ghost-like in the night.

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