Eric Martin—our colleague, friend, and guest contributor to this blog—faces up to one year of prison time for a trespassing charge levied against him by the University of Virginia for […]
DT author John Slattery published an important piece over at Religion Dispatches today on the Jesuit paleontologist mentioned during the Royal wedding sermon, Teilhard de Chardin: After Bishop Michael Bruce Curry […]
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Welcome to the return of Theological Shark Week! This installment of Daily Theology’s Shark Week turns our attention to racial division and injustice in the United States today. As seen […]
In September, less than two months before the election, Shark Week X asked, How Would Jesus Vote? As John Slattery wrote, the question could be rephrased as, ” What would Jesus […]
At the beginning of the 2015-2016 academic year we here at Daily Theology began a continuing series called Theology 101. The goal of this continuing series is to publish encyclopedia-styled […]
Do you have a passion for theology? Are you willing to share your passion and insights with the broader public? Have you considered joining a community of theological bloggers? […]
From February 21-28, consciously both deep in the season of Lent and during Black History Month, Daily Theology will host its 8th week of reflection, entitled “University as Social Force? Protest and Activism in Academia.” This is an introduction to the week.
By Christopher Pramuk, Xavier University “It’s almost impossible to hold officers accountable, barring incredible circumstances. The public just accepts that this is what police had to do.” In an intelligent […]
We, as Christian theologians in the public sphere, stand together in solidarity with Muslims in the United States in support of all Muslim citizens and residents of the United States. […]