- The unbelievable Christian Creed (Grawemeyer winner 2019)
- Concentrate on something very, very small
- 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
Monthly Archives: April 2016
St. Philip’s African Orthodox Church, founded in 1921 in a suburb of Sydney, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, preserves the heritage of West Indian Christians in Canada. The parish now includes a few white worshippers as well. Considered one of … Continue reading
The Project on Lived Theology at the University of Virginia is planning seminars and public discussions during 2016 and 2017 leading up to a new book, Can I Get a Witness?, a series of biographies about scholars, activists, laypeople, and religious … Continue reading
“Blimey, I know there’s a code violation here somewhere… let’s see, which regulation do I choose?…” (click on image to view at full size)
Click above to read the Rev. Dr. Mark Gornik’s reflection on reconciliation and change in Sandtown, one of Baltimore’s poorest and most potentially violent neighborhoods.
Learn more about this year’s award-winning ideas
Coming soon from the Virginia Seminar’s Project on Lived Theology scholar, Russell Jeung: At Home in Exile: Finding Jesus Among my Ancestors and Refugee Neighbors. Read more about the book here Watch “The Oak Park Story,” the film Jeung helped … Continue reading