How “Race” Emerged from Colonialism | A Long Repentance Post #4 | New Humanity Institute: Sangwon Yang & Mako Nagasawa

Pictured:  The Cathedral of Quito, Ecuador, built by Spanish Catholics from 1562 – 1567.  It is the oldest cathedral in South America.  Photo credit: Putneymark, Creative Commons 2.0. The Purpose of A Long Repentance Blog Series People talk about issues of race and justice in the United States as issues of ‘justice and injustice.’  Sometimes we launch…

God as Dialysis Machine: The Sacrificial Calendar as the Renewal of the Covenant and the Retelling of Moses’ Mediation on Mount Sinai

Pictured: A statue in Bern, Switzerland of Moses coming down the mountain, carrying the tablets of stone, his face shining (represented by the rays).  Photo credit:  Mike Lehmann, Wikimedia Commons. The table comparison below is a summary of previous work I have done on the Old Testament sacrificial system (see posts).  The comparison shows that…

John Winthrop & Roger Williams on Native Americans | A Long Repentance Post #2 | New Humanity Institute: Sangwon Yang & Mako Nagasawa

Pictured: Roger Williams and the Naragansetts, Wikimedia Commons. The Purpose of A Long Repentance Blog Series People talk about issues of race and justice in the United States as issues of ‘justice and injustice.’  Sometimes we launch into debates about ‘the proper role of government.’  But is that the original framework from which these issues were asked…