Archives for June, 2013

Grant to Ask New Questions on the Problem of Suffering

How does one address, and think about, suffering in a way that goes beyond academic engagement to practical theology? Ian DeWeese-Boyd, associate professor of philosophy & education, hopes to find out. DeWeese-Boyd is part of a team with two other scholars who have been awarded a $14,260 grant from the Center for Philosophy of Religion at Notre Dame for the formation of Read full article »

Christian Scholars Address Ethics Crises

Whether there's a new cultural crises in ethics or such crises have simply become more public through the information age, the need to address them is real. At this year's interdisciplinary  Christian Scholars Conference in June and around the theme, "Crises in Ethics: Theology, Business, Law and the Liberal and Fine Arts," two Gordon professors travelled to Nashville to present papers on Read full article »