Convicted Civility: Engaging as Christians in a Post-George Floyd America 

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Mural of George Floyd in Minneapolis, MN (Photo: Unsplash/@munshots)

The path of convicted civility is a step towards dismantling the racism that pervades our nation and lies within the hearts of believers.

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Written by Amar D. Peterman

Amar D. Peterman is a graduate student at Princeton Theological Seminary, focusing his studies on American religious history. Amar has worked with the Aspen Institute and Neighborly Faith and his work featured by Fathom Magazine, Interfaith America, Shared Justice, and other publications. He holds a B.A. in Theology from Moody Bible Institute.

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