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February 19, 2021 39 min

The challenge of discussing contested ideas is not the threat of personal offense, but the likelihood of continued violence and oppression in the wider society. What does it take to foster life-orienting discussions which generatively reflect upon the insurrection, the quarantine, and the BLM? Can we reconstitute the very nature of the adult classroom to grapple with our changed and changing society? What does it mean to teach students who possess different core values than our own? Dr. Nancy Lynne Westfield hosts Dr. Ben Sanders (Eden Theological Seminary). 

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