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Tag: Religious studies

Modernizing Islam

Kevin Madigan of the Harvard Divinity School says Christians should not assume that there is something about Islam that is intrinsically violent, anti-Semitic and anti-modern. After all,

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Religion and Asperger’s Syndrome

According to Jonathan Kemmerer-Scovner, individuals with Asperger’s Syndrome traditionally have been seen as having a difficult relationship with religion. In an interview with Ned Spodos,

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GTS embarks on the ‘way of wisdom.’

Believing that the ways of academic specilization and business-style management is leaving the church bereft, the Dean and faculty of General Seminary are embarking on an experiment to integrate theological education with the daily, lived experience of the church. They are calling this exploration “The Way of Wisdom.”

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