Thesentencing to death of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev promises to ignite a national discussion of capital punishment. Christians weigh in on all sides of the issue, saying that scripture supports their position.
The Center for the Study of World Religions director, staff and residents gathered today in the courtyard sporting a denim clothing item of choice to express individual and collective support of Harvard Denim Day. Read more about HDS Joins Denim Day 2015
Buddhism flourished in Bengal during the 8th -12th centuries CE, the period when Pala dynasty was in power. Many great Buddhist monastic education centers like the Somapura Mahavihara, Pandit Vihara, and so on were established at that time.
Arthur (Avraham Yizhak) Green defines himself as a neo-Hasidic Jewish theologian. Hasidism, as he sees it, is an approach to religion that begins with the prophet’s intoxicating and transformative insight that “The whole world is filled with God’s glory (Isa. 6:3). Read more about A Contemporary Jewish Theology of Creation