- Public Health, Religion, and Spirituality Network: Fall Bulletin now live!
- Justice for the Poor in early Rabbinic Law (book summary)
- Spirituality, Theology & Health (Durham UK): New website!
- Garb of Being!
- Women in Global Health: Learn, Engage, Advance, Disrupt
- Care for the Poor in Late Antique Egypt
- AJR: Food & Transformation
- How Medical Texts in Antiquity were Written: Colloquium Sept. 23-25, 2019
- Health worker report on faith collaborations in the US
- First Book Workshop – Application Call – Deadline 9/6/19
- Kippers posted from here; and other summer reflections
- Food, Health & The Body: Duke Collaborative Calls for Applications
- CFP: Religion & Public Health in Environmental Research
- Thank you, Ellen Aitken: Updated
- Patristic Studies in Boston: July 14-19, 2019
- “But nobody noticed when the albatross had disappeared”*
- Coming Soon: The Garb of Being
- Touching a Leper
- “God made man upright but they have sought out many devices…”
Monthly Archives: July 2015
Fundacion AMOS Salud y Esperanza (AMOS Health and Hope Foundation) is a faith-based community organization in Nicaragua that builds from and within the concerns and strengths of local neighbors to help improve health and overturn injustices related to poverty, disease, and … Continue reading
“The contents of the book go up to heaven like the soul” -Solomon Schechter, Studies in Judaism, 2nd series (1908), 1.
Hm…I see a homeless person…what do I do: cross the street? walk around? hold my breath? forget about it? …
“A few years ago, I asked someone I respect what his policy is on giving out money to homeless people. He responded by saying, ‘I can’t always help them, but I can always acknowledge their existence.’” (University of Virginia student, … Continue reading
Writing is a good example of self-abandonment. I never completely forget myself except when I am writing and I am never more completely myself than when I am writing. (Flannery O’Connor to Betty Hester, December 9, 1961, as quoted in … Continue reading
Learn more from two heroes working for prison justice: Above: Wartburg Theology Professor Jennifer McBride, tells the story of Kelly Gissendaner, a death row prisoner who studied theology with McBride and gained the public support of world-renowned theologian Jürgen Moltmann. … Continue reading
Looking for a short but solid and reputable reference to help you answer that question? Try this 4-page “Viewpoint” from the Lancet:
Click on the screenshot above to view the full contents of this new series, published July 7, hear a podcast about key controversies, and download free pdfs of all 3 papers as well as the related comments and perspectives.