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The Good Shepherd: Image, Meaning, and Power with Dr. Jennifer Awes Freeman

By | on 21, Sep 2021 |   Arts Theology united faculty theology and the arts Academics Church History Medieval Research Faculty Arts Lunch

On Tuesday September 21, 2021, United professor Jennifer Awes Freeman shared an overview of her new book, The Good Shepherd: Image, Meaning, and Power, with the Arts Lunch. The book traces the motif o[...]

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United Faculty Recommend Books for Incoming Seminarians

By | on 30, Jun 2021 |   Theology students Book New Students Library Faculty

As incoming students get ready to embark on their seminary journey this fall, faculty members took a moment to consider books they read at the beginning of their journey, or books they wish they’d rea[...]

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Teaching the Flag: A Judeo-Pagan, Radical Faerie Prayer for Pride.

By | on 03, Jun 2021 |   Theology spiritual practice Alums Activism Judaism Voice lgbtq Liturgy Queer Pride Pagan

The following prayer/liturgical reading is by local artist, educator, United staff member, and 2020 alum Max Brumberg-Kraus. It is inspired by Gilbert Baker's original rainbow flag design for Pride. A[...]

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Talking Faith with Kayvan Ghaderi, 1 of 6 Baha'is Wrongfully Detained in Yemeni Prison.

By | on 01, Feb 2021 |   news social justice Theology Faith social transformation students interreligious chaplaincy Voice God Prison Baha'i

If you’ve had class with me anytime in the last six months, you may remember my asking you to remember the “Sanaa 6”in your prayers. These were a group of six Bahá’ís in prison in Houthi-held Sanaa, o[...]

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Ernst Troeltsch Through the Lens of Claude Monet - Arts Lunch 1/26/21

By | on 01, Feb 2021 |   Arts Theology Events students Faculty Movies Claude Monet Arts Lunch Painting

Claude Monet, Three Paintings from Rouen Cathedral Series, 1892-1894. 

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On Waiting: Writings from Advent 2020

By | on 23, Dec 2020 |   news Arts Theology theology and the arts Advent Christmas Worship Holidays Waiting

We've all waited before--for buses, appointments, test results, acceptance letters, rejection notices, first kisses, last breaths...we do a lot of waiting in this world. Waiting is an inherently vulne[...]

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