Articles, Commentary, and Sermons from Students, Faculty, and Alumni/ae of The School of Theology
Bringing Religion and Ecology Together
By Andrew R. H. Thompson
As churches look for ways to minister to the environmental needs of their surrounding communities and environmental groups begin to take seriously the religious values of their constituencies, religion and ecology is increasingly becoming an important part of mainstream conversation and action around the environment.
Prophetic Voices: Living on the Border
By Jeannie Babb
Those who have heard the prophetic voices of Colin and Laurel Mathewson may not be surprised that people respond so openly, but all agree that it is a gift.
An Interview with David Brown: Art, Culture, and the Human Christian Experience
By Sarah Miller
The School of Theology invited David Brown to deliver the 2014 DuBose Lectures. Though much of Brown’s early career was spent examining the connections between philosophy and theology, for the last 15 years, Brown has explored how the often neglected or subordinated areas of imagination, art, culture, and human experience are sources of Christian authority and revelation.