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Wabash Center Grows With Lilly Endowment Funding

Wabash Center Grows With Lilly Endowment Funding

The Lilly Foundation is adding more than $8 million to the $58 million they have given in grants to keep a nationally-influential program though Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion growing through 2021. Executive Director Nadine Pence notes "a very important shift happens from scholar to teacher, especially within religion and the humanities. We give faculty space to ponder their vocational goals or callings, the craft of teaching, and to think about those topics within their institutional context.

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Lilly Grant to Help Ministers in Work and Life

Church workers haven’t typically been trained in financial management, yet more and more their positions in parishes require finance and administrative expertise.   A $1 million grant from the Lilly Endowment Inc.... read more >

Russell Moore Reflects on Faith in the Public Square

Russell Moore Reflects on Faith in the Public Square

Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, talks with President Mark Labberton on his Conversing podcast. Engaging in a wide-ranging conversation, Dr. Moore reflects on the impact of the civil rights movement, the Vietnam War, and the need for a new moral imagination in American Christianity.

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Walter Brueggemann Resources

  On Scripture Feature Articles by Walter Brueggemann   Walter Brueggemann is William Marcellus McPheeters Professor of Old Testament Emeritus at Columbia Theological Seminary. He is the world's leading interpreter of the Old... read more >

Encouraging Youth To Engage and Study Theology

Encouraging Youth To Engage and Study Theology

Getting high school students interested in theology sounds like a pretty tall order. In the age of “nones” and “dones” and continuing declines in religious adherence, younger generations have been identified with a less-is-more attitude toward faith. But that assumption is getting some pushback from organizations convinced that youth would embrace theology when it’s proven to have practical and meaningful applications in their lives. “What’s causing teens t

Duke Expands Research on America's Religious Congregations

Duke Expands Research on America's Religious Congregations

Duke receives $1.5 million grant to study America's evolving congregations. Research from Lilly Endowment grant assesses how America's religious congregations are changing over time. The grant will fund the fourth wave of the National Congregations Study (NCS), conducted at Duke. This ongoing survey collects and disseminates information about programs and staffing at American churches, synagogues, mosques and other places of worship. Mark Chaves, a Duke professor of sociology, religious studies and divinity, directs the NCS.

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Presbyterian Seminary is pleased to share W. Sibley Towner's Prayers that Sing & Stir the Heart

Study of the Torah   O God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob — for generations now, our ancestors in the faith have...

ARDA GlobalPlus: Religion and Nationalistic Politics in India

One of the most important test cases of religious and political nationalism is unfolding in India, where a political...

Anglican Archbishop’s Lenten prayer book Written by a Catholic Priest

For those that have followed the close collaboration and friendship between Pope Francis and Archbishop of Canterbury...

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