John Blevins on Compassion in Faith and Health

Professor John Blevins teaching on poverty and power (photo by Emory University)

Professor John Blevins teaching on poverty and power (photo by Emory University)

Emory’s Center for Compassion & Global Health posted a conversation early this year with Professor John Blevins, Associate Research Professor with the Interfaith Health Program (IHP), an applied practice program at Emory’s Rollins School of Public Health. Read the conversation here. Professor Blevins publishes widely on religion, politics, and culture, and his research focuses on religion in relation to sexuality and on religion in relation to HIV, both in the United States and in southern and eastern Africa. He is trained in Christian theology and counseling psychology and has coordinated public health initiatives for over fifteen years.

Learn more about the study of religion and public health at Emory:

The Religion and Public Health Collaborative (Emory Center for Ethics)
Interfaith Health Program (Rollins School of Public Health)
The Candler School of Theology

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