Over April 7-9, 2021 a symposium of 13 scholars on a virtual platform over the course of three days in order to discern the theme of gratitude toward God or the divine. These scholars will gather again on October 27-29, 2021. Many scholars will focus upon religious sacred narratives as the departure for their study. Why this focus? Early narratives reveal the first imperative of the human being moving toward God or the divine in gratitude. These texts are the seedbeds for the formation of richly imbued values that continue to guide billions of human beings to this day.
From 2016-2019 The Center convened scholars, practitioners, and those who have experienced homelessness and shelterlessness, in order to provide background and insights on the complexities of these challenges. This Homelessness Resource invites you, the viewer and listener, into these important conversations for educating both oneself and the community.
The Center is dedicated to advancing the interdisciplinary study of themes that increase religious literacy and respond to the challenges of the world around us. Center projects of study and engagement will address societal needs, provide resources for community and classroom, exercise the convening capacity of the Center for enhancing networks, and cultivate new theological content that assists both university and society.
The floating carousels above reveal recent or current projects underway at the Center.
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