Ogden engaged “the credibility of the Christian witness,” he wrote in the Century’s How My Mind Has Changed series. “Christian faith itself claims to be credible in terms of common human experience.”
As president of Payne Theological Seminary from 2003 to 2015, she was the first African American woman to lead a seminary belonging to the Association of Theological Schools.
The Muslim comedian and radio host pledged to donate any money he receives in damages to activists countering hate groups.
Egypt’s first freely elected president failed to allay fears his party was laying the groundwork for theocracy.
Mellott has written on a wide range of topics, including liberation for gay clergy and ethnography as a theological practice.
She is the first woman to lead the school in its 212-year history.
“Research and teaching are not simply academic exercises for me,” Walton said.
Hobgood was the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) general minister and president from 2003 to 2005, and founded the Disciples Center for Public Witness.
Sfeir became patriarch amid Lebanon’s civil war. He became known as a voice against injustice.
Several colleagues believe he was murdered for being outspoken about deforestation near his parish.
Betty Rendón, who is also a doctoral student at Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, was arrested when ICE raided her home.
Through the L’Arche network of communities and his books, he lifted up the brokenness of people with and without developmental disabilities—and their potential for transformation.
She pointed toward a God who loves us in ways we can’t yet comprehend.
Analogous to the US Presidential Medal of Freedom, the award honors Tebbe’s leadership at Forman Christian College in Lahore.
Vanier found fullness of life in those snatched from despair and placed in homes based on mutuality, respect, and care.