Theological schools and seminaries are changing the ways they prepare their students for our increasingly multireligious world.
I grew up in a working-class, African-American neighborhood in Detroit. I was fortunate to have two college-educated parents who knew how to set my brother and me up for success in school. They also knew how to navigate the public school system to ensure we got the best education possible. That support helped me gain entry into a competitive college prep public high school. My path to college was clear: 99 percent of the graduates at my high school went on to four-year colleges and [...]
Taking a regional approach, "equitable development" aims to lift people out of poverty - and into opportunity.
Between 1950 and 1970, the U.S.
In "School of Shame" (February 2007), the author addresses the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (WHINSEC) in a way that is deceitful and false and libels the good people who wo
Gay rights activists seek - and find - dialogue on (some) Christian campuses.