The second session of Queer Education 101, developed by a team of faculty, uncovered challenges the LGBT community experience with balancing their sexuality, spirituality and religious faith.
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The #MeToo movement. Surviving oppression. Social justice. The “Black Feminism and Sacred Text” workshop explores how faith informs black women’s lives and an understanding of important social movements like these.
The religion of Islam has a current following of 1.8 billion people, yet some, including legislators challenge Islam’s status as a religion, therefore they believe, followers of Islam should not be protected by the First Amendment.
Senior psychology major Jedaun Carter said she has been in therapy since she was 6 or 7 years old, but never saw the benefit from it until high school.
Hong Dang Bui gives an introduction speech on CaoDai, a modern faith founded in Vietnam in the 1920s that teaches the unity of all religions, humanity and the universe.
Author and public theologian Brian D. McLaren talks about “The Great Spiritual Migration” and “A New Kind of Christianity” Thursday in Morgan Auditorium.
Gender, religion and sexuality are three controversial topics showcased in the new College of Law art gallery exhibit, “What I Am Allowed To Be.”
Three people were killed and nine were injured in a shooting Friday in the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood, by a man identified as Robert L. Dear. While almost every news outlet covered the tragic event, not many called it what it is: domestic terrorism.
Rabbi Eric Yoffie highlighted the importance of interfaith discussion and the role of religion in today’s society, to students, faculty and staff during a Fasnacht Lecture Oct. 22 in Morgan Auditorium.
Americans like to boast about the United States being a land of opportunity, freedom and justice, but it clearly does not apply to everyone, especially people of Muslim origins.