If the forces of pluralism don’t write the next chapter in the American story, the forces of prejudice will.
An interconnected, interdependent world means a greater intermingling of faiths and the possibility for conflict. We’ve seen it in the United States in anti-Shariah legislation and the recent atheist Reason Rally.
Theologian Miroslav Volf, director and founder of the Yale Center for Faith and Culture, argues that globalization and the resurgence of faith in the United States increases the need for pluralism in public life.
An interview with Muslim leader Daisy Khan.
Theological schools and seminaries are changing the ways they prepare their students for our increasingly multireligious world.
Successful democracies, according to Thomas Jefferson, require an educated citizenry.