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Loving our Neighbors Amidst Injustice and Unrest

Paul Jeon, Thomas Keene, Peter Lee, Scott Redd

June 2, 2020 • Episode 11

Recent events remind us of the far-reaching effects of sin in our world and the deep pain that is born of historical oppression and public evil. How do Christians grieve, how do they lament, and how they love their neighbor in a time of racial injustice and civil unrest?

Practicing Presence in Quarantine

Paul Jeon, Thomas Keene, Peter Lee, Scott Redd • March 19, 2020

The first installment of a new offering from the RTS Washington faculty in an effort to stay connected as a community. In this first episode, the faculty talks about a theology of presence in a time of social distancing.

Anxiety in Troubled Times

Paul Jeon, Thomas Keene, Peter Lee, Scott Redd • April 1, 2020

In this episode, the faculty discusses anxiety in light of the spread of Covid-19.

Theodicy

Paul Jeon, Thomas Keene, Peter Lee, Scott Redd • April 7, 2020

In this episode, the faculty discusses the nature of theodicy and the value of lament, particularly in times of unprecedented challenge and change.