Getting my Masters Degree: “Write What You Know”

   I'm about to graduate with a degree in Religious Studies. Thursday, I submitted the final paper of my graduate degree: this one an attempt to salvage the reputation of second century Alexandrian Christian (often called "gnostic") Valentinus from the heresiological reports of Church Fathers like Irenaeus and the resulting orthodox historical narrative that shapes... Continue Reading →

What you need to know before assuming anything about religion

Martyn Oliver posted this blog last August about the reality of religious diversity within and outside one's own tradition. It's valuable information for everyone, to deepen our understanding of the world around us and to begin a journey of strengthening our relationships through diversity rather than alienating ourselves from one another because of assumptions about... Continue Reading →

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