POSTS: topic: Building a Global Culture of Human Rights

The first POSTS of the fall happens after the 10:30 worship service on Sunday, September 25, with a special presentation and discussion led by the on Building a Global Culture of Human Rights This workshop encourages students to become active participants in the construction of a culture of human rights by highlighting the local and …

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…how to be a (christian) student…

In the interests of an ‘everyday faith’, a member of St. George’s has drawn my attention to a challenging essay in First Things by theological ethicist Stanley Hauerwas on the call upon the Christian student: What is your education for? What obligations might you have as a Christian and a student? What kind of student …

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