Angela Reitsma Bick ‘01, Redeemer University’s 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, knows the craft of story-telling – not only for its own sake but for building community, bonding authors and readers, and bringing hope in an often desperate world.
Dr. Jim Vanderwoerd, professor of social work and chair of the department of applied social sciences, reflects on the tension that exists for Christians working in the field of social work and how Redeemer
is preparing its students to deal with that tension.
Rev. Dr. @esaumccaulley, Redeemer's 2020 Emerging Public Intellectual Award winner, has published Reading While Black: African American Bible Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope. To reserve a book pack for your reading group, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rev. Dr. Esau McCaulley, Redeemer's 2020 Emerging Public Intellectual Award winner, has published a breaking new book titled Reading While Black: African American Bible Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope. Through it, McCaulley shares the much-needed Black perspectives on biblical interpretation and explains how the practice of Bible reading and ecclesial interpretation is a key tool in the fight for hope and justice.
For a refundable deposit, community members can reserve book packs to read together in their book clubs and homes. To reserve yours, please email Kristel Forcier, the campus bookstore manager, at email@example.com.