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The CTS community – faculty, students, alums – are bold, provocative leaders of religious and social justice ideas. And we don’t just preach our commitments. We live them out loud, everyday, for the whole world to see.
Alumni share reflections for Lent 2019
CTS alumni reflect on the importance of Lent and how to make the most of this repentance season, in these penned letters.
View From The Corner
The inaugural post of the new CTS blog, View From the Corner. Inspired by President Stephen G. Ray, this space is open to all in our community which sits at the intersection of faith and justice.
CTS Wows at Religious Conference
We have a number of CTS faculty and students presenting papers, sitting on and presiding over panels at the AAR/SBL Conference in Boston.
March in CTS Style
No matter WHERE you are attending the January 20, 2018 Women’s March, you can march with CTS style! Download our posters and show your solidarity for equality and justice for all!
Faith in Action!
CTS students, faculty, staff and alum participated in Community Renewal Society's Faith in Action Assembly honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Challenge & Response
Even the name of our school magazine – Challenge & Response – is about questioning and debate.
Our first woman President, Susan B. Thistlethwaite is a preeminent writer on feminist issues. Check out her latest.
This free, self-directed, online continuing education opportunity is an introduction to the ethical approaches of Just Peace.
CTS Joins Friend of the Court Filing
CTS joins UCC and others in filing a friend of the court brief with the Supreme Court of the United States in the Masterpiece Cakeshop litigation.
Listening to Grief
Professor W. Dow Edgerton has bestowed a very special and generous gift to the CTS Community. Professor Edgerton’s latest book, Listening to Grief, is available free on the CTS website
If you don’t think racism exists … you’re white
President Hunt: Fighting privilege is Love Speech, not Hate Speech.
CTS friend & former visiting professor, Rami Nashashibi, has been awarded a MacArthur fellowship for his work in the Chicago Lawn community.
White Privilege Glasses
CTS challenges the world to see racism through the eyes of another. And millions respond.