What would happen if young people had the opportunity to partner with theologians in order to design new initiatives in youth ministry as well as transform theological education?
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The quest toward the redemption of science and theology (for the purpose of racial reconciliation) begins by establishing points of common ground. Finding common ground between science and theology is important in determining points of commonality that people share with each other—whether biologically, genetically, and in accordance with God’s relation to creation… Perhaps science and theology can help redeem each other. The result of this redemptive activity in the context of racial hostility can be forgiveness, repentance, justice work, and love for neighbors with different skin color.
A robust theology of reconciliation includes forgiveness, justice, repentance, and the formulation of new ways of relating to one another based on Christ’s example. Otherwise, forgiveness becomes a vehicle of passivity to encourage all parties to get over it due to the discomfort of not knowing how to proceed forward while grappling with shame and pain.
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