I can fill out plan of study forms and navigate the choppy seas of Columbia with peace, knowing that what the history department thinks of me doesn’t determine my worth.
Columbia is a place where I do not have to feel ashamed about my religion.
Nearly 50 students participated in Columbia’s third Interfaith Service Hop this weekend, attending services outside of their religion across campus and the city.
Congregations in need of space are being expelled by the City.
Instead of regurgitating the same old arguments, we should discuss original ideas regarding religion and God.
Jelani Harvey questions the culture of religious debate on campus.
Contemporary American society should reexamine the role of Judeo-Christian values.
Religion cannot and should not define friendships.
The narratives and parables purposefully mirror real-life situations, both good and bad, to act as paragons for righteous behavior in our own lives.
Much time is spent deconstructing philosophies and religions that prescribe answers to the big questions, which is fine, but where does one go to begin constructing one’s own ideas?
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