December 29, 2021 / Praxis
Rose Schrott explores how The Bachelor and American antebellum conceptions of sin invite the white church to reimagine sin and rethink racism.
Rose Schrott graduated from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary with an MDiv in May 2021. She is interested in the intersection of spiritual formation, writing, and public theology. You can find her work as a writer or editor at the Upper Room, National Council of Churches’ Uniform Lesson Series, and Ekstasis.