The Rev. Scotty McLennan outlined religious movement in the West and described its present state in his 2 p.m. Interfaith Lecture Monday in the Hall of Philosophy.
John Wigger, professor and chair at the University of Missouri’s History Department, will examine the ways that at-the-time new 19th-century religious movements changed American society and culture.
The Rev. Scotty McLennan, the dean for religious life at Stanford University, will examine the role of religion in the American West, specifically in California, the state he’s lived in for the last 14 years. He will give his lecture, titled “Religious Pluralism in the Developing American West,” at 2 p.m. today in the Hall of Philosophy.
Herman Cain, a businessman and radio host of the “The Herman Cain Show,” identified threats facing Americans’ rights and their causes during his 2 p.m. Interfaith Lecture Friday in the Hall of Philosophy.
Eric Liu won the lottery of life by being born in the United States. He is, like the majority of other Americans, an inheritor of democracy.
What do you say to a friend who tells you that your job loss is part of God’s special plan for your life? Or, if it is stage three cervical cancer that is causing you to lie awake worrying at night, how do you respond to that well-intentioned soul who wants you to believe that God has a reason for everything?
As a Unitarian Universalist, Buddhist meditator and Hindu yoga practitioner, the Rev. Lena Breen jokingly calls herself a “Buu-huu — a Buddhist, Hindu, U.U.”
Despite a separation of church and state, America was founded and shaped by religious progressives, said the Rev. Delman Coates. In the last five decades or so, progressivism has morphed into religious conservatism — and he thinks it’s time people bring it back.
After four jam-packed weeks of morning worship, afternoon lectures, meditation classes, cooking lessons and attending shows, the Chautauqua Scholars are wrapping up their time on the grounds.
Moving to a new country was a big deal to Imam Malik Mujahid. That’s why he read six different countries’ constitutions before making the decision to move from his home in Pakistan to America.