Some Bible readers dismiss or demonize anger, but anger can provoke positive change when rightly understood. Similarly, understanding and appreciating that love is not sentimentality but actively redresses injustice will fuel our imaginations for how Jesus-followers can help reshape our neighborhoods.

Anger, Love, and Power
The Rev. Dr. Dennis R. Edwards, associate professor of New Testament at North Park Theological Seminary, presented the 2022 Kelso Community Conversation on Race and Faith, titled "Anger, Love, and Power" at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.