Isiphambano Centre for Biblical Justice
Isiphambano Centre for Biblical Justice is a study and training centre dedicated to developing an theological and contextual response to racial and economic injustice within the South African context.
Our work has 4 distinct facets:
ENGAGING in robust theological study and contextual reflection on issues of racial and economic inequality in the South African context. To this end we run study cohorts, seminars (online and in person) and produce theological papers.
CHALLENGING the prevailing theological narratives and inherited paradigms of ministry which have sustained and even promoted injustice and racial inequality. To do this we host pilgrimages, story-telling events and a podcasts.
GENERATING both practical and theological resources in a variety of formats to assist churches and individuals to engage with and challenge issues of racial and economic inequality. We do this through the production of workbooks, teaching series, devotionals and bible studies.
JOURNEYING with churches and church leaders, through relationship and processes of training, teaching and consultation, as they seek to become more just communities of Christ-likeness. To this end we provide consulting services and leadership training.