Yale Divinity School Professor John Hare discusses the relationship between philosophy and religion and working for the U.S. government on human rights issues.
Category Archives: Yale Religion
Yale Divinity School Professor Willie Jennings discusses Christian stewardship of the environment, conscious meat consumption, and the intersection of racial and environmental justice.
Yale University Chaplain Sharon Kugler discusses religious demographics and trends on college campuses and the common spiritual crises students face.
Yale World Fellow Omar Mohammed discusses life under ISIS rule in Iraq and how he anonymously documented the actions of ISIS through his blog Mosul Eye.
YDS Professor Harold Attridge discusses the modern challenges of interpreting ancient biblical texts, as well as his experience editing the HarperCollins Study Bible. He also reflects on recent changes at Yale Divinity School.
What makes life meaningful? Yale Professors Miroslav Volf and Matthew Croasmun explore this question in their course “Life Worth Living” and in the latest YDS podcast.
Yale’s Christian and Muslim Chaplains discuss common ground between their faiths and share surprising interfaith moments.
Baptist Minister Gregory Mobley and Jewish Rabbi Or Rose discuss the current state of interreligious relations in the United States and Middle East, as well as their book, “My Neighbor’s Faith.”
Yale Professor Tisa Wenger discusses current conflicts of religious freedom in the United States, including the Trump administration’s travel ban restricting certain Muslims from entering the country and the Supreme Court case of the Colorado baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex couple.
Yale Divinity Professor Andrew McGowan discusses the evolution of Christmas from the first century to the twenty-first century.