Books on Faith and Meaning | Notes from an Aboriginal Girl with Keri Day


How can we witness to a more liberating, decolonizing, and inclusive future in theological education? Join Faith Initiative Director Matthew Croasmun and Professor Keri Day to discuss his book, Notes of a native girl.

Through her testimony as a black Afro-Pentecostal woman, Day bears witness to the truth revealed in her and others’ lived experiences of theological education, offers words of lamentation and hope for future communities of intimacy and of belonging.

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