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My Anger, God's Righteous Indignation

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My Anger, God's Righteous Indignation

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6.2.2020

My Anger, God's Righteous Indignation

Willie Jennings

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My Anger, God's Righteous Indignation

Willie Jennings

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Guest contributor Willie Jennings (Yale) offers a response to the death of George Floyd and the black experience of racism and police brutality. In order to practice the discipline of hope, he suggests that we must take hold of a shared anger, hate what God hates, reshape communities with attention to the violence of segregation, and rethink the formation of police officers and our understanding of criminality.

Willie Jennings
Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Africana Studies, Yale Divinity School

In response to the death of George Floyd, Willie Jennings speaks to the importance of anger for practicing the discipline of hope.

Guest contributor Willie Jennings (Yale) offers a response to the death of George Floyd and the black experience of racism and police brutality. In order to practice the discipline of hope, he suggests that we must take hold of a shared anger, hate what God hates, reshape communities with attention to the violence of segregation, and rethink the formation of police officers and our understanding of criminality.

Willie Jennings
Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Africana Studies, Yale Divinity School

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