“Aliveness” and a Taste of Glory

As we enter a holiday season filled with feasts and festivities, Kristine A. Culp (University of Chicago), in conversation with John Calvin, invites us to consider the relationship between theology and the food we enjoy, the relationship between glory and gastronomy....

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Attending to Insects

Anne T. Mocko (PhD '12) contributes the next installment in our new extended issue with her essay, "Attending to Insects." The essay is part of Professor Mocko's current Enhancing Life manuscript, Eco-Karma: What Western environmentalists might learn from India’s...

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Enhancing Life and the Forms of Freedom

Professor William Schweiker (U. of Chicago) kicks off a new extended issue of the Forum with his essay, "Enhancing Life and the Forms of Freedom." The November-December issue features the Enhancing Life Project, which takes aim at addressing one of the most basic...

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Religious Strategies of White Nationalism at Charlottesville

The October issue of the Forum kicks off with an essay by Damon Berry (St. Lawrence University), a scholar of religion in white nationalism, in which he explores the religious strategy employed by white nationalists at the Charlottesville protests this past August....

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To Reimagine Healthcare, We Must Remember Who We Are

Raymond Barfield (Duke University) concludes our roundtable on healthcare and religion with his response to the roundtable, "To Reimagine Healthcare, We Must Remember Who We Are." The September issue of the Forum explores the place of religion and the academic study...

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Disability Theology and the Healthcare Debate

Courtney Wilder (PhD '08) joins our scholars' roundtable on healthcare and religion with her essay, "Disability Theology and the Healthcare Debate." The September issue of the Forum explores the place of religion and the academic study of religion vis-à-vis the...

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