A Brief History of Interfaith Dialogue: Richard Seager at Gordon College

In such a diverse country as the United States, globalization has led Americans to develop familiarity with ancient Eastern traditions, such as yoga. It is not uncommon for an American to attend a Bible study one day and… Read More

The Growth and Movement of the Global Church

“There is not one square inch of the entire creation about which Jesus Christ does not cry out, ‘This is mine! This belongs to me!’” – Abraham Kuyper (Dutch statesman and theologian) How is God moving in his… Read More

To See the World from the Bottom Up

“Be courageous.” These were the words Pope Francis used to encourage a young girl in Chicago and audiences across the country during a satellite interview prior to his visit to the United States last week. From speaking with… Read More

Synergy: Jim Zingarelli’s Paintings at Berklee

Professor of Art Jim Zingarelli’s work will be featured in a performance and virtual exhibit at the Berklee College of Music next week. Synergy: Chord and Color features original scores and performances by saxophonist Gail McArthur-Browne and violinist Helen Sherrah-Davies (both professors… Read More

Peter Berger is Distinguished Visiting Scholar

                    Dr. Peter Berger, former Director of Boston University’s Institute on Culture, Religion, and World Affairs, and Professor Emeritus of Religion, Sociology and Theology at BU, has accepted a one-year appointment as… Read More