Theologians, scholars, educators and clerics share their views on religion and faith as a world force and as a guiding principle in everyday life.
The Urgent Need to Preach on Climate
In the runup to the 26th U.N. Climate Change Conference, the Quadcast interviews the Rev. Dr. Jim Antal ’78 M.Div. about the moral duty of religious leaders to preach on the climate crisis.
Who are White Christian Nationalists?
Yale Professor of Sociology and Religious Studies Philip Gorski sheds insight on white Christian nationalism, as well as the changing religious demographics in America. You can read Professor Gorski’s latest article here: https://currentpub.com/2021/08/03/three-cheers/
Understanding Paul’s letters
YDS Professor of New Testament Criticism and Interpretation Laura Nasrallah discusses the history, significance, and backstory of the letters of Paul.
Music Research and Ecological Activism in Haiti: A Discussion with ISM Fellow Rebecca Dirksen
Leading Washington National Cathedral through pandemic and politics
Dean Randy Hollerith of Washington National Cathedral, ’90 M.Div., discusses presiding over presidential inaugural prayer services for Donald Trump and Joe Biden, why religious leaders should play a central role in healing divisions in America, and finding hope and faith during the coronavirus pandemic.
Channeling Christianity in Kenya
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.