Talking Faith in Medicine
Posted on April 15, 2014
- By Victoria Psomiadis
The woman sitting across from me looked hopeless and lost. She held two packets of ibuprofen in one hand, a referral to a nearby clinic in the other. “I am afraid that they won’t help me,” she sobbed in Spanish, “because I’m Catholic.”
Finding Interfaith in Unexpected Places
Posted on April 10, 2014
- By Tiffany Champion
Growing up, it never occurred to me to treat someone differently based on a belief. I’ve always lived an interfaith life simply because that’s how my parents raised me: equal parts understanding, respect and curiosity.
Why This Atheist Is Going to Seminary
Posted on March 27, 2014
- By Kristi Del Vecchio
It is in the spirit of working alongside inspiring theists, with the goal of advancing the non-religious and interfaith movements, that I continue my journey to seminary this fall.