Author Bio

Gerardo Corpeño is originally from El Salvador. He lived in Guatemala for eight years, where he was a professor of Systematic and Latin American Theology at Seminario Teológico Centroamericano (SETECA) in Guatemala City. Now, his PhD research focuses on the implications of Christ’s cross for reconciliation in violent societies. After graduation, Gerardo hopes to return to Guatemala and resume teaching at SETECA so that he can contribute to the formation of Christian leaders throughout Latin America. He is earning his PhD with SCHOLARLEADERS LeaderStudies support.

How Can the Church Address Conflict between the Powerful & the Marginalized?

In April 1994, one of the most violent episodes in modern history took place in Rwanda In 100 days, over 800,000 people were massacred, many of them with machetes Journalist Ana Pais reported, “Those who survived the genocide… agree that the hostile rhetoric used for years by the ruling ethnic..... read more