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An Instagram-Worthy Bible Aimed at Millennials

March 18, 2019
“You’d walk into any cathedral or church and the whole idea was to capture the meaning of the Gospel and the Bible visually with stained-glass windows and frescoes, all kinds of paintings and just a lot of visual material,” says Professor Harvey Cox.
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Video: Faith and Faustian Bargains: Compromise, Complicity, and Courage in Leadership

February 27, 2019

Race and religion are among the best predictors of how Americans choose a president. Race and religion are also bases for political compromises that call into question our moral credibility on issues ranging from voting rights to police brutality. Cornell William Brooks and Todne Thomas discuss... Read more about Video: Faith and Faustian Bargains: Compromise, Complicity, and Courage in Leadership

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Clergy Support Columbus Officers’ Civil-Rights Concerns, Other Issues

January 28, 2019
“There is a deeply rooted tradition in the United States, (and) around the world, of clergy functioning as representatives of their community and, in particular, functioning as community representatives who remind the community of their ideals,” says Senior Lecturer Dan McKanan.
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