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The New Global Populism May Not Be What Everyone Seems To Imagine (Carl Raschke)

As the year 2016 concludes, both the political and theological terrain have shifted dramatically at a global level, even as most academics and sundry pundits continue to obsess, sometimes even to the edge of outright pathology, over the results of the American Presidential election. The endlessly proliferating fears and fantasies among so much of the Western intelligentsia […]

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Are Calls For “Sanctuaries” Well-Intentioned Masks For A Neoliberal Agenda? (Roger Green)

The post-election discussions on campuses with respect to DACA policies, or “Dreamers”, in the United States employ the potentially loaded theologically term “sanctuary”.  As Shannon Najmabadi pointed out in a recent article for The Chronicle of Higher Education, while some advocate declaring “sanctuary” campuses, others worry about the conflict between […]

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