Blog

fri-dinner
Conferences

(Re)Gathering 

Last month, we hosted a gathering in San Francisco for participants in the Faith and Justice Network – our first in-person gathering since January 2020, …

Read More →
Monthly Theme

Race and Justice (Feb 2022)

For February, our focus is “Race and Justice,” as we ask hard questions about why it is that Christian faith has been so often complicit …

Read More →
Announcements

New Teaching Fellows

We are beyond thrilled to announce two new teaching fellows will be joining the Faith and Justice Network! For many years, Kristin Kobes Du Mez …

Read More →
Articles

Is Deconstruction Biblical?

“Is deconstruction biblical?” It may not be the best question, given 2/3 of it is made up of deeply problematic words. “Biblical” is a term …

Read More →
F+J Network

A New Season of Community and Learning

September marks the kickoff of the 2021-22 Faith + Justice Fellowship, our first full year with the newly renamed and refocused program as an initiative …

Read More →
F+J Network

Podcast: Hello to Here

I had so much fun talking with D.L. Mayfield (co-host, F+J teaching fellow) and Riana Shaw Robinson (F+J teaching fellow) about Unit 1: Starting Points. …

Read More →
F+J Network

Podcast: Howard Thurman’s Jesus and the Disinherited

With this post, we’re excited to launch the Faith and Justice Fellowship podcast! Once the fellowship year begins in September, we’ll be releasing two episodes …

Read More →
Articles

Critical Race Theory and the Work of Faith and Justice

How Critical Race Theory Informs Our Approach to Reimagining Theological Education  It’s likely true, as many progressives have pointed out, that many detractors of Critical …

Read More →
F+J Network

Faith & Justice Fellowship Info Session (12 noon PT, Tues, 6/8)

Wondering what the Fellowship experience is like? Curious to hear more details about the 2021-22 program? We hosted a conversation with current participants in the …

Read More →
F+J Network

Reflections on the 2020-21 Fellowship, So Far

This year has looked different than anyone could have imagined, and has changed what “normal” looks like for the Newbigin Fellowship program. For the first …

Read More →
Seminary

New Partnership with the Graduate Theological Union

We are modeling a contrasting vision in a time of sharp social and cultural divisions fueled by religious differences. This past Monday, the Graduate Theological Union …

Read More →
F+J Network

Video: Alumni Reflections

Still wondering about the Newbigin Fellowship? It may help to hear alumni/ae reflect on their experience of the program – what they learned, how they …

Read More →
Scroll to Top