In the wake of the Elliot Rodger shootings in Santa Barbara and the #YesAllWomen movement on social media, Dr. Kevin Kuhn-Choi, Assistant Professor of Religion at Cal State Polytechnic University in San Luis Obispo, CA, examines some of the cultural and religious forces undergirding the tragedy. For Kuhn-Choi, understanding conservative Christianity is part and parcel […]
Day: June 1, 2014
In the American Nuns debate with the Vatican, the role of French Jesuit Pierre Teilhard de Chardin’s “Conscious Evolution” is causing Roman Catholic Church officials to take notice:
One of the great gifts of being in Christian community is celebrating the love that surrounds us on every side. And yet, many of our sisters and brothers suffer from isolation, even in the context of the Christian body, because of mental illness and associated stigma.
When we begin to start looking for miracles, it’s a little like the words of Lemony Snicket: “Miracles are like pimples, because once you start looking for them you find more than you ever dreamed you’d see.”
Today is the kickoff for the Summer of Scripture in Madison, Wisconsin. Led by Jonathan Melton and Dorota Pruski, young adults from the University of Wisconsin Episcopal Student Center and St. Andrew’s Church are teaming up to read the entire Bible in one summer: