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I get a variety of responses when I tell people outside Duke Divinity School that I’m in seminary, ranging from complete disengagement from the conversation to uncomfortable non-sequiturs like “That’s cool, my dad’s Buddhist” (what?), but I don’t typically anticipate being proselytized to
In the past several months, I have realized that we as a nation have far to go in our journey towards justice and equality. Following the grand jury decisions for Eric Garner and Michael Brown, I was reminded of civil rights leaders like Martin Luther King, Jr. and A.
- RT @SeanVRose: What does #interfaith collaboration look like? My reflections on Faiths Act & being an @IFYCalumni http://t.co/MdXaLY5PDP @I…
- Trying to facilitate a discussion on #CharlieHebdo? Check out our new resource featuring work from #IFYCalumni http://t.co/Z4ufIMcUNo
- The folks at @amprog have recognized @revjenbailey as one of their 15 Faith Leaders to watch in 2015! #IFYCalumni https://t.co/eFkqIK85Lm
- So many cool things from #IFYCalumni today! Check out this blog by @TColes_92 over on @faithmattersnet. http://t.co/R9bnQ9cDVG
Alumni Chris Stedman weighs in at Religious News Service on #JeSuisCharlie and why you don’t have to support Charlie Hebdo’s cartoons to support free expression.
IFYC alumni Rev. Jennifer Bailey named on of 2015's faith leaders to watch by Center for American Progress.
Reflections on the Faiths Act Fellowship, a defining professional and personal experience.
Bilal remembers an act of kindness which inspired the spirit of generosity in him.
We’ve seen a lot of studies about more people identifying themselves as spiritual, but not religious, and that the number of the so-called “unchurched” are growing.
We are creatures of expression living in an age of expression. We are deluged daily with information and opinion, with pundits and preachers proffering perspective. Many of us spend hours every day spreading philosophical truths and culinary creations on social media.