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Smith explained to CP that she signed the statement last week when she first became aware of it."It is out of my Christian convictions that I believe it is so important we talk about justice, prejudice, discrimination, suffering, privilege ...
always with an eye toward our individual and collective responsibility to act," said Smith."As such, I signed this statement as a symbol of my desire to continue to be more like Jesus who didn't just love in the abstract, but loved people. Broken people with messy lives."Smith also told CP that she especially liked the final paragraph of the statement, which reads as follows: "We confess that we have, too often, failed in calling out injustice, in loving and knowing our neighbors, and in properly stewarding God's creation.
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"Many people of color, women, and other marginalized groups feel increasingly alienated not only in the current national context but in much of the white evangelical culture as well," the statement added.
Sameer Yadav, assistant professor of Religious Studies at Westmont College, was one of three faculty at the Christian liberal arts school to help adapt the statement.
In the midst of real suffering within our community, we humbly seek not only to love our neighbor but to know our neighbor (Luke ), through our conversations, classroom discussions, and times of prayer.
We hope to embody a community in which walls of hostility are broken down (Eph.