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Month: March 2020

BKI.3 A Christian Theological Basis for Restorative Solidarity with Indigenous People

Each morning at the 2020 Bartimaeus Kinsler Institute, Ched Meyers led a Bible study that framed our analytical discourse around settler colonialism. On Tuesday, he offered “Naboth’s nahala: Tale of Two Queens (An Archetypal Parable of Settler Colonialism).” The story of Naboth’s vineyard (I Kings 21:1-24), in short, is this: King Ahab really wants Naboth’s nahala (property or inheritance) – a vineyard. He desires this “property” so much that when Naboth is…

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