Church Architecture as a Two-Kingdoms Tension

The Quietly Dangerous Suburban Church — How three architects in the 1950s tried to meld religion, modernism and suburbia: The marks of the church are word and sacraments (AC VII); thus, here is a study for the-spiritual-and-the-material, a key Reformation insight about the Gospel.  To what extend are other spatial elements important and edifying?  The 1950s and ’60s […]

Harvard-affiliated hospital dumps Christian doctor because he won’t celebrate gay sex

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Boston hospital expels doctor over LGBT views:  After more than 10 years of tension and conflict over his hospital’s institutional endorsement of LGBT activities, urologist Paul Church lost his final appeal to the Board of Directors of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) to reconsider the hospital’s decision to expel him and terminate his medical […]

Who Gets to be an Expert on Religion?

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Expert Religion: The Politics of Religious Difference in an Age of Freedom and Terror — The American foreign policy establishment has a history of collaboration with scholars and experts across disciplines. In the context of the war on extremism, these partnerships are taking new forms. This essay examines the intersection between religion and global governance in an […]

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