The COMBO Series: Campus almost evenly split between religious and nonreligious students - News
| April 25, 2013
When Abraham Kielar ’15 first came to the University, he joined a Bible study group at the request of his father.
“I never had done one before,” he said. “I thought it would be enough to go to church.”
Patel covers religious pluralism in Thursday afternoon lecture - News
| April 29, 2011
Eboo Patel, founder and executive director of the Interfaith Youth Core, discussed religious pluralism in a talk titled “Defeating Intolerance: Social Science Research and Strategies for Interfaith Cooperation” in a lecture in Guyot Hall on Thursday afternoon.
The Big G and me - Opinion
| April 22, 2011We tend to deny to ourselves that for the most part, we are pretty crummy believers; we are only willing to accept the parts of our faith we are think others will accept, and not ourselves.
West GS ’80, Radhanath Swami speak on religion - News
| April 20, 2011
African American studies professor Cornel West GS ’80 and Radhanath Swami, a yoga practitioner and director of the Radha Gopinath Ashram, discussed their perspectives on religion and life at a talk titled “East Meets West: Hindu and Christian Perspectives on God, Love and Spiritual Activism” on Tuesday evening in Richardson Auditorium.
NYU professor reflects on natural law, international policy - News
| March 31, 2011Jeremy Waldron delivered his final lecture, “The Sources of Order: Why Natural Law is Not Enough,” in the “A Religious View of the Foundations of International Law” series in Lewis Library on Wednesday.