Exploring the Interconnection of Theology and Life

The Project on Lived Theology at the University of Virginia is a research initiative, whose mission is to study the social consequences of theological ideas for the sake of a more just and compassionate world.

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Writer Danté Stewart to Speak on Black Identity and the White Evangelical Church

On Wednesday, Nov. 17 at 3:30 p.m. EST, writer and speaker Danté Stewart will be a guest of the Project on Lived Theology to talk about his new book, Shoutin’ in the Fire: An American Epistle (Convergent, 2021). Shoutin’ in the Fire is a coming-of-age memoir on being Black and learning to love in a loveless world. This event is free and open to the public, and can be watched on Zoom at https://tinyurl.com/joinPLT, Passcode: 546359.

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Race, Memory, Justice, and Reconciliation

Workgroup exploring collective hope, experience, and wisdom for transformative education.

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Can I Get a Witness?

Comprising a spectrum of voices —these activist witnesses represent the best of the church’s peacemakers, community-builders, and agitators. 

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