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Category: <span>Volume 49</span>

Category: Volume 49

Surprise – A Call Story

What brought me to Calvin Seminary? Honestly, in a name, God. I remember one day in November, walking on the Calvin College path between the library and the Commons Annex, and looking out onto the sugar maple tree that sits off to the southwest side of the Commons field, when … ∞

A Moving Statistic: Reflecting on the CCDA

As I attended this year’s Christian Community Development Association (CCDA) conference held here at Calvin March 5th through the 7th, I could not believe what I was hearing. Michigan has over 700 collateral consequences for incarceration. Simply put, collateral consequences are sanctions and disqualification that are placed on offender as … ∞


We the editors want to hear from you, yes you, not someone else, you! Kerux hope and plans on being a place where your ideas, opinions, and questions can be discussed and considered. However, in order to do that, we need your input. Please write a response to an article, … ∞

Traverez, Changing the World, and Commenting on Kerux

Ricardo Tavarez’s piece “Red,  White, and Blue,” previously shared at a Town Hall last semester, which reflects on his personal experience with racial profiling as it relates to race in this country. http://yalt.crcna.org/red-white-and-blue/   Calvin Theological Seminary was recently added to the 2015 list of Seminaries that Change the World. Kyle … ∞

Side by Side With Me

Protest and resistance can be made manifest in many forms. It was evident that the March In Solidarity, on the evening of December 12th, organized by Madison Square Church and Grace CRC, was done as a call for Kingdom Justice. A community conversation had been held at Madison Square Church, … ∞

Shootings, Silence, and Self-Examination: How Should We as Seminarians Respond?

Countless news reports depicted mass marches of protest.  Television screens flashed images of hurt and anger setting cities aflame. In the wake of the non-indictment of officers Darren Wilson and Daniel Pantaleo, each night brought new stories confronting our comfortably-held notion that we have progressed to a post-racial society.  A … ∞