church, life, missions, theology November 23, 2017 HARVARD Face Time With Refugees, Divine Vision in Pain, Joy and Wisdom | PentecostalTheology.com Fighting for Justice: Journalist and HDS visiting professor E.J. Dionne addresses political strains in the U.S. Read more Face Time With Refugees Immersive technology portal at HDS spurs conversations and connections half a world apart. Read more Divine Vision For Dean’s Council member Akhil Gupta, religious literacy is central to a future of human flourishing. Read more Pain, Joy, Wisdom In a weekly dialogue, four professors and 80 graduate and undergraduate students look at strategies for living morally amid uncertainty. Read more Upcoming Events Thursday, November 30, 5:15 pm, CSWR Common Room When the Elders of Zion Relocated to Eurabia: Conspiratorial Racialisation in Antisemitism and Islamophobia Thursday, November 30, 7 pm, Sperry Room, Andover Hall James Luther Adams in Unitarian Universalist History Monday, December 4, 5:15 pm, Sperry Room, Andover Hall Boarding the Voyage: An Evening With Robin Coste Lewis divinefaceharvardjoypainrefugeestimevisionwisdom PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleAs we approach Thanksgiving here is an article on Puritanism Next articlePromise for the Day – If ye have faith and doubt not. (Finis J. Dake) 5 Comments Reply November 23, 2017 Varnel Watson good thing to remember we were fugees in this country once upon a time Street Preacherz Reply November 23, 2017 Street Preacherz We’re still refugees. Reply November 24, 2017 Scotty Searan The people in this picture are not refugees, but illegal immigrants The people that came to America in the 1600s came to a different type of America than now. They paid their passage to come. The land did have natives but they had no borders or fences. Our government has a fence in its southern border that means no trespassing If our government cannot have a border with security to protect its interests. Then we the American citizens should remove our fences and walls from around our own property and allow anyone to squat and live where they choose without regard for the law But if,we are going to bring refugees, the organizations should be responsible for the livelihood of these individuals, if the government the government should be responsible if a church that church should be responsible Not other organizations or assistance Reply November 24, 2017 Scotty Searan If Harvard Divinity School wants to help refugees, but they should be responsible for the refugees welfare if they are brought to America Reply November 24, 2017 Varnel Watson and many of their graduates probably are Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.