by Yale Divinity School
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Theologians, scholars, educators and clerics share their views on religion and faith as a world force and as a guiding principle in everyday life.
||Eight Decades of Women at Yale Divinity School||Opening ceremony of the “Eight Decades of Women at YDS” celebration, Oct. 11, 2010.||9/28/11||Free||View In iTunes|
||Rehabilitating Human Sacrifice in a Christian Context||The Liturgy Symposium Series is presented by the Institute of Sacred Music. The series features liturgical scholars and practitioners selected by the chair of the Program on Liturgical Studies, Bryan Spinks.||7/14/08||Free||View In iTunes|
||Medieval Crusades and Today's Global Conflicts||Paul Freedman, Chester D. Tripp Professor of History, explores and dispels modern misconceptions regarding historical European tensions in the Middle East, providing illumination of major events from the Crusades to a more modern era.||7/1/08||Free||View In iTunes|
||The University Church: A Spiritual Home for 250 Years||The Rev. Barbara Brown Taylor, Harry R. Butman Professor in Religion and Philosophy at Peidmont College, preached the sermon at The University Church’s 250th Anniversary Worship Service at Battell Chapel.||10/25/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Lion, the Kiwi, and the Sacred Cow: A look at contemporary language in English Liturgies||Dr. Peter Davies, publisher of "Alien Rights: A Critical Examination of Contemporary English in Anglican Liturgies", addresses the topic in this presentation and netcast.||10/1/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||Creation of a sand mandala at the Yale Peabody Museum||David Heiser, Head of Education and Outreach at the Yale Peabody Museum, speaks with Namgyal monks about their creation.||10/1/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||A Politically Engaged Spirituality||William Sloane Coffin, Jr., Yale University Chaplain 1958-75, challenges the church to respond to biblical mandates.||8/15/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Environmental Crisis as Spiritual and Moral Crisis||Mary Evelyn Tucker, Research Scholar and Senior Lecturer, Yale Divinity School, gives a lecture on the spiritual and ethical dimensions of the environmental crisis.||8/15/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||Civic Restlessness, Sustainable Communities, and the Land||Willis Jenkins, Margaret Farley Assistant Professor of Social Ethics, Yale Divinity School, delivers a sermon arguing the case for "civic restlessness".||8/15/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Surprise of Religion in Twentieth Century America||Jon Butler, Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the Howard R. Lamar Professor of American Studies, delivers a talk on religion in twentieth century America at the Alumni Reunion Weekend.||8/6/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||Faith and Citizenship||Washington Post columnist, respected political observer and former reporter for The New York Times, E.J. Dionne delivers the keynote address at Yale Divinity School’s Faith and Citizenship conference.||8/6/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||Faith and Citizenship in a Global Context||Panel Discussion of Faith and Citizenship in a Global context, recorded at the Yale Divinity School.||8/6/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||Faith and Citizenship in America||Panel Discussion of Faith and Citizenship in America, held at the Yale Divinity School.||8/6/07||Free||View In iTunes|
||Pastoral Care versus Inappropriate Religious Proselytizing||Kristen Leslie, Associate Professor of Pastoral Care & Counseling at Yale Divinity School, discusses sexual assault in the United States Air Force Academy and the subsequent religious intolerance of chaplains at the Academy.||8/6/07||Free||View In iTunes|
Classic call for justice for the poor and justice for all from the perspective of true Christinity. Perhaps we as Christians should put aside our own selfish quest to "be saved" and concentrate on working from our salvation to bring justice that Jesus preached, taught and died for; and was resurected to bring us the power to truely bring God's rule and reign to all people on earth.