I am thinking about my ancestors today. I have to. I am remembering that the U.S. Supreme Court handed down decisions that denied them their basic humanity many, many times. I am remembering that [...]
Auburn recently published a new report: The Great Turning: Report from Black, Latinx, and White Gatherings. Download this resource here. This report is the product of a year-long project. Over [...]
Dear Friends, Blessings on you in this New Year! In my faith tradition, January 6th is Epiphany, sometimes known as Theophany. It is a holiday where we remember the ancient Wise Ones who, guided [...]
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We have an undeniable moral obligation to our Afghan allies, including an entire generation that has grown up outside the shadow of oppressive Taliban rule. Welcome Refugees
By: Jeannie Lee, Director of Facilities and Hospitality I am Korean, Christian, a woman, an immigrant, and a single mother to two sons. My middle name is 현. On March 16, 2021, in Atlanta, eight [...]
After over a decade of leadership as President of Auburn Seminary, Katharine Henderson today announced her plan to transition from her role, with a successor to be named by the Board by the end [...]
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