Multiple Lenses, Essential Gestures by Wendy McDowell
What the Gospels Share with Fanfiction by Jade Sylvan
Making Belief in the Singapore Army by Theophilus Kwek
Religion and the BRCA Mutation by Alexandra Nichipor
Listen First by Emily Click
Let Us Create by Natalie Cherie Campbell
The Liturgy of Home by Terry Tempest Williams
Eliminate the Muslim by Ahmed Ragab
Seeing as God Sees by Jonathan L. Walton
WHO ARE ‘WE’? Talks delivered at the “Symposium on Religious Literacy and Government: Refugee and Immigration Issues.”
Government Innovation in an Era of White Nationalism by Shaun Casey Innovative government programs need a concrete mission, collaboration across sectors, continual learning, and a grasp of local contexts.
Toward a More Radically Inclusive ‘We’ by Diane L. Moore
We must not mask the devastating parts of our history when we claim “we” are a nation of immigrants.
Not All Rosy: Religion and Refugee Resettlement in the U.S. by Melissa Borja
Refugee resettlement has always been contentious in the U.S., but we can learn from past efforts.
Between the Sacred and the Profane: The Border as a Contested Space by Christopher Montoya
The U.S.-Mexico borderlands are seen through a lens of the sacred vs. the profane by many state actors.
Understanding White Evangelical Views on Immigration by Kristin Kobes du Mez
Negative views about immigrants held by white evangelicals have more to do with militaristic masculinity than with Bible-based commitments.
‘Whiteness’ in the Mormon Archive by Seth Perry
A Vision for the Future of Environmentalism by Claire Laine
FitzGerald’s Cast of Evangelicals Falls Flat by Curtis J. Evans
Syllabus: “Hindu Worlds of Art and Culture”
POETS ON HYMNS. Seven poets discuss their favorite hymns:
“One Bread, One Body” by Kate Daniels
With My Father atop Birds Hill by Catherine Stearns
Two Poems by Danez Smith