Senior Fellows Gather in Washington, D.C. for Third Annual Meeting

The senior fellows of the Religion and Its Publics project met for the third time in Washington, DC in late March to continue their years-long discussion about religion and public life, with particular attention directed toward the nature and purpose of public theology.

David Clough Lecture Recap

On February 6th, David Clough delivered a moving and provocative lecture about why Christians in particular have powerful reasons to care about the well-being of nonhuman animals.

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