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April 8, 2020

As you all, I have gone through the stages of reaction to and reflection on the measures being taken to reduce the spread of COVID-19. In Germany, where I live and work, the measures are relatively similar to those taking place across the U.S. right now. Schools are sh...

August 19, 2019

There has been an interesting and subtle development in the way Christian charity is viewed, especially among the millennial generation. This can be seen in the use of novel terms like ‘white savior’ (often used to describe white families who adopt black children) or t...

March 18, 2019

We humans are meaning-making creatures. This is a fascinating part of how we tick. We experience something and we are not only shaped by the thing which we experience but far more by the meaning we find in it and attribute to it. This plays out in our world all the tim...

September 14, 2018

In my most recent class on Social Justice at London School of Theology, I had the opportunity to write my essay on a subject that I have had a lot of personal experience within but had not yet given much academic attention to, that of sex trafficking and prostitution....

August 1, 2018

We are considering the five elements to the theological method being explored at London School of Theology in the Master’s of Integrative Theology program. The primary and most privileged source in an evangelical theological method is that of Scripture. As we have alre...

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Justin and Rawan Shrum -
Founders of The Justice Project

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