Theologians, scholars, educators and clerics share their views on religion and faith as a world force and as a guiding principle in everyday life.
Faith and Health: Reclaiming the Church’s Healing Ministry with Dr. Scott Morris
Yale Divinity School alum Dr. Scott Morris, founder and CEO of faith-based medical clinic Church Health, discusses the connection between health and religion, why Christians must engage in healing ministries, and the biggest failure in the American healthcare system.
Untold stories: LGBT Catholics and the Catholic response to the AIDS crisis in America with Michael O’Loughlin
YDS alum Michael O’Loughlin discusses his book ‘Hidden Mercy’ and untold stories of the grassroots Catholic response to the HIV/AIDS crisis in America, the challenges of being an LGBT member of the Catholic Church, and how Pope Francis sparked a spiritual revolution on Twitter.
The Global Bible: Professor Bruce Gordon on the Bible’s Changing Role in the World
Yale Divinity School Professor Bruce Gordon discusses how the role of the Bible is changing worldwide, why the Bible transcends its historical contexts, and ancient debates about the Bible that are still alive today.
A conversation with Yale’s Abdul-Rehman Malik: Ramadan, Islamophobia, and the Islamic Roots of Coffee
Yale Lecturer Abdul-Rehman Malik discusses the significance of the holy Islamic month of Ramadan, the Islamic origins of coffee, and combating Islamophobia.
What’s it like being a Christian in the Holy Land?
Distinguished Palestinian theologian Rev. Dr. Mitri Raheb discusses misperceptions of Christians in the Middle East, positive Christian-Muslim relations in the Holy Land, and what is it like to live in the city of Bethlehem.
What is unique about the Gospel of Mark?
Former Yale Divinity School Professor Rev. Dr. Allen Hilton discusses the origins of the Gospel of Mark and its distinct characteristics that set it apart from the other three gospels.
Classic call for justice for the poor and justice for all from the perspective of true Christinity. Perhaps we as Christians should put aside our own selfish quest to "be saved" and concentrate on working from our salvation to bring justice that Jesus preached, taught and died for; and was resurected to bring us the power to truely bring God's rule and reign to all people on earth.