Professor Shedinger dissents from a 150-year-old argument only to feel like he's confessing a murder.
A young man gets arrested for bringing a clock to school. Sound a bit outrageous? Professor Todd Green explains why it's not only outrageous but what we should be doing about it.
Robert Shedinger, Luther College professor of religion, will discuss the reluctance of evolutionary scientists to re-evaluate the theory of evolution at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 24, in the Center for Faith and Life Recital Hall on the Luther campus. Shedinger's lecture, "Resistance to Change in a Theory of Change: Religion, Science and Evolutionary Theory's Failure to Evolve," is the opening lecture of the Luther College 2015-16 Religion Forum Series. The event is open to the public with no charge for admission.
In order to create a more complete picture of Malala Yousafzai, Keziah Grindeland, Luther College senior of Salem, Oregon, is researching how western media narratives of Yousafzai compare to how she understands her own religious identity.
Professor Guy Nave reflects on the recent Charleston killings and raises questions about the reluctance to label racist violence against black people in America as "terrorism." (Part one and two)