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More information on public events will be posted here in late August. Until then, enjoy your summer!

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How Do We Think About Religion?

Farmer's Market. / Photo: Tnkntx via FlickrFad diets as religion? The HDS Religious Literacy Project provides educational opportunities and resources for how to recognize, understand, and analyze religious influences in contemporary life.

Religions, Race, and Peace

Authors and peace activists discussed transforming racialized divides in the U.S. during an event that was part of the Religions and the Practice of Peace Colloquium.

Faculty Insight

Harvey CoxProfessor Harvey Cox discusses politics in a 'post-truth' age, and how, in this topsy-turvy presidential campaign, the old laws may no longer apply. Read more>

The Campaign for HDS

Laura Nasrallah courseEducating ethical, religiously literate leaders who illuminate, engage, and serve.

Student Voices

David WatersMDiv candidate David Waters writes about summer at HDS, when there's more time for impromptu chats with professors on the quad, and time for reconnecting with the friends. Read more>

The Love of God

Professor Jon Levenson discusses how the concept of 'love' differed in ancient Israel, and how understandings of love developed and changed throughout history.

Humans of HDS

Leslie MacPherson Artinian"In my office, we have a lot of grace. You don’t have to be perfect. We work really hard, but there’s a kindness that we have, which is really lovely."Leslie MacPherson Artinian, departmental administrator, OMS

The HDS Difference

Exploring all ReligionsExploring all religions, while aligned with none. Learn more>

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