The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology / Setting a Bigger Table: Fighting for Justice without pushing people around
Fri 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Venue: Front Porch
Type of Experience: Conversation
Content Type: Fighting for Justice without Pushing People Around
More theological Setting a Bigger Table: Fighting for Justice without pushing people around The way we treat the person we love the least is the way we love God the most. So how then do we extend hospitality and do justice in a world of privilege, power and religious refuge? Participants will engage with the gospel of Luke’s model of table fellowship as a map towards a symbiotic hospitality, learning to live in open space of justice, mercy and humility More sociological Fighting for Justice without Pushing People Around In the middle of exceptionalism, micro-aggressions, and privilege how do white folk engage in anti-racist work? Participants will explore some of the theological and sociological scaffolding that has led to white privilege, perceived power and superiority and begin to learn practices that will help them engage in justice work.