Liturgy as a Public Event

Liturgy as a Public Event  —  The word, liturgy, comes from the Greek word, “to do a public work.”  This article discusses an exchange occurring in the American evangelicals’ columns about worship, mission, and the nature of liturgy and may assist students with thinking about liturgy and the public square.

Race, Religion, and Criminal Justice

Social Sciences

Race, Religion, and Criminal Justice  —  This summary article examines the PRRI Survey that indicates a deep public divide about police violence toward Black men.  Among religious groups, white evangelical Protestants are the only major religious group in which a majority says the recent police killings of black men are isolated incidents.

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