How Black Panther Betrays Dr. King’s Dream

Abstract The April issue of the Forum features John Sianghio's (University of Chicago) essay, "How Black Panther Betrays Dr. King’s Dream." Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther has conquered the world. Beyond being a box office blockbuster, communities of color and colonized...

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Don’t Forget Trump’s Pentecostal Fans | a response

In "Don't Forget Trump's Pentecostal Fans," Arlene Sánchez-Walsh (Azusa Pacific University), responds to David Barr's (University of Chicago) essay featured in this month's issue of the Forum, "Evangelical Support for Trump as a Moral Project: Description and...

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A War for the Soul of American Evangelicalism | a response

In "A War for the Soul of American Evangelicalism," Samuel Perry (University of Oklahoma) responds to David Barr's (University of Chicago) essay featured in this month's issue of the Forum, "Evangelical Support for Trump as a Moral Project: Description and Critique."...

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On Political Theology and Religious Nationalism | a response

In "On Political Theology and Religious Nationalism," Benjamin Lynerd (Christopher Newport University) responds to David Barr's (University of Chicago) essay featured in this month's issue of the Forum, "Evangelical Support for Trump as a Moral Project: Description...

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Envisioning a Fragile Justice

Darryl Dale-Ferguson (University of Chicago) brings our series on Enhancing Life to a close with his essay, "Envisioning a Fragile Justice." He argues that human life is fragile and precarious, our knowledge and capacities limited and fallible. This is perhaps nowhere...

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Resilient Democracy in the Anthropocene

Michael S. Hogue (PhD '05) offers the next contribution to our issue on Enhancing Life with his essay, "Resilient Democracy in the Anthropocene." Hogue's work in the Enhancing Life Project has been organized around two types of questions, hermeneutic/analytic ones and...

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“Aliveness” and a Taste of Glory

As we enter a holiday season filled with feasts and festivities, Kristine A. Culp (University of Chicago), in conversation with John Calvin, invites us to consider the relationship between theology and the food we enjoy, the relationship between glory and gastronomy....

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