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Bible | Bible study | politics

How Republican Politicians Get Schooled on the Bible

An investigation of the Bible study (and its teacher) influencing how Republican politicians understand the coronavirus pandemic

April 6, 2020
window

Coronavirus | environmentalism

Patience in the Pandemic

Hurrying to wait in the time of COVID-19

April 2, 2020
Nurses

Coronavirus | Religion and Literature | Jewish philosophy

Love, Obligation, and Possibilities in the Time of COVID-19

Even in this season of prescribed social distancing, hope for our future emerges from our bonds with one another

March 30, 2020
CV19

Coronavirus | apocalyptic theology

Measuring the Apocalypse

Where we will and won't find meaning in this global pandemic

March 26, 2020
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Coronavirus | Myth | religious ethics

Pan-Nemesis: COVID-19 and Beyond

Do religious myths have anything to teach us during this present crisis?

March 23, 2020
Italy

Coronavirus | worship

Faith in the Time of Coronavirus: The Power of Spacial Solidarity

How the global pandemic is reshaping the lives of communities of faith

March 19, 2020
isolation

Coronavirus | health care | Religion and Literature

The Coronavirus and Us

Exploring the "ultimate dimensions" of COVID-19 as Americans prepare themselves for a season of quarantine and isolation

March 16, 2020
Romney

Mormons | politics | Donald Trump

Scapegoating Mitt Romney

What Mitt Romney's disinvitation from CPAC 2020 tells us about the evolving role of religion in public life for the Christian Right

March 12, 2020
church

decline | Great Awakening | Second Great Awakening

Thank God, Churches are Dying... and Living

Exploring the space between decline and renewal in American Christianity

March 9, 2020
Rush

health care | healthcare reform | US history

“The seeds of compassion and duty”: An Early Americanist Take on Healthcare

Imagining a future for American healthcare by revisiting our past

March 5, 2020