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United at the Parliament of the World's Religions: Making Interreligious Chaplaincy Education Meaningfully Inclusive.

By | on 15, Nov 2018 |   Conference interreligious chaplaincy Voice Theology students united faculty Pluralism

Early this November, Dr. Pamela Ayo Yetunde (Director of Interreligious Chaplaincy and Assistant Professor of Pastoral and Spiritual Care and Counseling), Jessi LeClear Vachta (Associate Director of A[...]

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Statement from United: Violence in the Name of Hate Is an Affront to God

By | on 30, Oct 2018 |   news Voice Theology Politics Gun Violence interfaith

As we grieve for those murdered in Pittsburgh, we are called individually and collectively to demand elimination of the political rhetoric that flames divisiveness and hatred toward people who are per[...]

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"Black theology challenges United to make racism its issue": An Interview with Dr. Demian Wheeler.

By | on 27, Sep 2018 |   Black Liberation Theology Theology Lecture Events Campus News

n Dr. Demian Wheeler with Dr. James Cone

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"Driven From Your Sight": Aw(e)ful Encounters with God

By | on 14, Sep 2018 |   Judaism Theology Voice sermon Chapel God

The following post was originally given as a sermon on September 13, 2018.  

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Do You Have a Theology, Philosophy or Worldview?

By | on 07, Sep 2018 |   Culture Voice Theology

Few people have anything approaching an articulate philosophy—at least as epitomized by the great philosophers. Even fewer, I suspect, have a carefully constructed theology. But everyone has a worldvi[...]

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Author Rev. Dr. Allen Hilton Speaks with United Students on Bridging Political Divides.

By | on 02, Aug 2018 |   Voice Theology Bible Campus News Politics

Is the emerging role of faith leaders to bridge political and theological divides? One biblical scholar is on a mission to do just that. Rev. Dr. Allen Hilton is the author of A House United and found[...]

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