Professor Todd Green reflects on the recent Paris attacks and argues that standing with Paris also means standing with the many Muslim victims of ISIS.
Professor Kopf asks us to examine the unthinkable and talk about the unspeakable in his Nov. 9 post reflecting on evil and Reichskristallnacht or the Night of Broken Glass/Crystal Night.
The Luther community is invited to a panel discussion on issues involving Islamophobia, Education, and Civil Rights on November 3 at 7pm in Marty's.
Justin Tigerman '11 has accepted his first Call as Pastor at Faith Lutheran Church in Caldwell, Idaho.
Are presidential candidates working to wedge an even stronger divide between Christians and Muslims? Can that chasm be repaired? Bob Shedinger thinks we must work together on it if we are to survive as a species.
Filmmakers and visual artists, David and Hi-Jin Kang Hodge will give the 2015 Oen Fellows lecture at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 20, in the Recital Hall of the Center for Faith and Life on the Luther campus. The lecture, titled "Impermanence: The Time of Man," is also part of the 2015-16 Religion Forum series and the Paideia Text and Issues Lecture series.
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.