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Queer Theofuturism: A Community Coloring Book, vol. 2

By | on 25, Jun 2022 |   Arts theology and the arts lgbtq Queer LGBT History Month Pride

 

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Indonesian Minister Interweaves Lessons from Home and United

By | on 06, Jun 2022 |   pastoral care Distance Education

Rev. Hardiyan "Adi" Triasmoroadi (DMin, Directed Study)

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The JoJos: Building a Life of Faith and Connection

By | on 05, May 2022 |   Discernment Women Healing

The JoJos from left to right: Karen Larson (’12), LuAnn Sulimann (’11), Zoe Kuester (’11),  Ruth C. MacKenzie (’11) and Jackie Falk (’12)

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Stations of the Cross

By | on 13, Apr 2022 |   Arts theology and the arts Stations of the Cross

The Stations of the Cross has its origins in the early Christian practice of visiting the sites of Jesus’ passion in Jerusalem. Over the centuries, it has since developed into a kind of mini- or local[...]

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The Anti-War Theology of Last Judgement Sunday

By | on 21, Mar 2022 |   Ukraine Orthodoxy Russia Lent

The Lenten liturgies of the Orthodox Church characterize the season as one of exile and darkness, but also of compassion, enlightenment, and reconciliation. Our separation from God and our need for ea[...]

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Found Object Theology: How pulp sci-fi book covers can teach us how to write about God

By | on 05, Mar 2022 |   Arts Theology theology and the arts God Progressive Christianity Deconstruction Arts Lunch theopoetics

 

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