The Tablet

A branch of the WFU School of Divinity keeping you informed

Box Office Christianity and the Boundaries of Grace

By Brandon Hubbard-Heitz Editor-in-Chief This article includes a number of spoilers for hit movies like Son of God, God’s Not Dead, and Heaven Is for Real. They largely consist of … Continue reading

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Reflections on Ordination

By Lisa Page Staff Writer The clock on this semester is counting down quickly. Sermons need to be written and delivered. Countless pages of research must be read and synthesized. … Continue reading

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Why I am a Member of the UCC

By Jessica Chapman Guest Contributor While in high school, my family and other members of the Presbyterian church of my youth suddenly migrated to a new church, a different church. This … Continue reading

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My Muslim Neighbor has a Southern Accent

By Elizabeth Corney Staff Writer I was ready. I had heard Michelle Voss-Roberts’ lecture on Islam, read a book about the theology of three Abrahamic faiths, and discussed said book … Continue reading

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The Beauty and the Beast in my Black Church Experience

By Pia Diggs Staff Writer I began writing this article to talk about my black church experience.  So in framing this I would like to let you know the set … Continue reading

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Real Talk About Race: The Joy of Racial Ambiguity

By Blake Strother Guest Contributor It seems as if almost every week the tension of racial relations appears on the national stage, causing my fellow multiracial brothers and sisters to … Continue reading

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Embodying Hospitality by Listening for Understanding

By Brian Hayes Staff Writer Our mission statement at the Wake Forest University School of Divinity declares that we are growing “to be agents of justice, reconciliation, and compassion in … Continue reading

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The Heavens Are Telling the Glory of God

By Jessica Place Staff Writer On a recent episode of Cosmos, Neil Degrasse Tyson succinctly refuted the absurdity that is Young Earth Creationism. It was easy – all you have … Continue reading

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Third Year Spotlight Turns to Ralph Botte

By John-Mark Brown Staff Writer Earlier this week, I sat down for a conversation with Wake Div own ascetic, third year Ralph Botte. As we took in the Wake Forest … Continue reading

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DivVine Question: What’s your pump-up song?

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Top 10 Signs Spring Is in the Air

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