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Video: A Celebration of the Humble Sublime

Video: A Celebration of the Humble Sublime

May 5, 2014

On May 5, the Center for the Study of World Religions hosted a celebration of the late Ronald F. Thiemann's work "The Humble Sublime: Secularity and the Politics of Belief."

Searching for the Golden Stool

Searching for the Golden Stool

May 9, 2014

Myth and history are closely intertwined, as both provide significant insight into our beliefs, traditions, and practices.

Choosing a Vocation: An Essay on Agency

Choosing a Vocation: An Essay on Agency

May 11, 2014

There were a couple of things Cristina knew for sure. She did not know which path her life would take, but she knew that either she would get married and establish a family or she would lead a (lay) consecrated life devoted to God

Leslie Hubbard: Expanding Horizons

Leslie Hubbard: Expanding Horizons

May 8, 2014

Meditation and dance teacher, former Buddhist nun, MDiv candidate, and CSWR Assistant Proctor Leslie Hubbard has a knack for looking over a situation, identifying what is missing, and finding a way she can make a contribution.

Kalpana Jain: Empowering Voices

Kalpana Jain: Empowering Voices

May 12, 2014

For Kalpana Jain, it is all about the power of voice. An investigative journalist from India, she has devoted her working life to giving voice to the voiceless by delving into social issues too often ignored or dismissed.

Video: Society for Comparative Theology Lecture

Video: Society for Comparative Theology Lecture

April 11, 2012

On March 23, Mark Heim, Samuel Abbot Professor of Christian Theology at Andover Newton Theological School, offered reflections on the kind of self that is implied by Christian theological terms and the ways in which this matches up with Buddhist categories.

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