Save the date! #kellyonmymind and theology as protest

jennifer mcbride webDr. Jennifer McBride on Kelly Gissendaner, the death penalty, and the power of advocacy

Join us on Thursday, December 3rd at 5pm to hear Dr. Jennifer McBride speak on her experience as part of the #kellyonmymind movement against the execution of Kelly Gissendaner. This event is co-sponsored by the Project on Lived Theology and Theological Horizons, and will be held at St. Paul’s Memorial Church, 1700 University Ave., Charlottesville, VA.

To see McBride’s piece “Georgia death row inmate finds path back to hope with ‘costly grace’ on, click here.

Watch this short video where McBride speaks on “Forgiveness and Redemption”

Jennifer McBride is the Board of Regents Chair of Ethics, assistant professor of religion, and director of peace and justice studies at Wartburg College. She is a member of the second class of the Virginia Seminar, working on a project entitled Reducing Distance: Radical Discipleship through an Open Door. Her publications include The Church for the World: A Theology of Public Witness (2014).

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