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Tom Nees Social Justice Award

Congratulations to NTS student Jonathan Platter who has been selected as this year’s winner of the Tom Nees Social Justice Award for his paper titled, “The Trinity, Social Justice and the Missio Dei: A Trinitarian Construal of Agency, Treating Social Justice as Paradigmatic of Christian Action.” 

Platter will present his paper in an NTS Chapel on Tuesday April 16 at 10:30am.  All are welcome!

Download and read Platter’s winning paper. 

Dr. Tom Nees is widely recognized as the one who led the way in renewing the Church of the Nazarene’s understanding of its call to minister to and among those in need through the development of the Community of Hope in Washington D.C. Dr. Nees later served as Director of Mission Strategy for the Church of the Nazarene in the United States and Canada and as adjunct faculty for NTS, teaching urban ministry courses. The Nees lectureship and Nees Social Justice Award was made possible by NTS alumnus, Jim Copple, in 2008.

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