52 News Items Tagged 'Christianity'

Faith and Free Markets
04.14.2014 News Story Harvard Gazette

HDS professor Charles Stang on how Christians can balance their religious values with a capitalist system that aims to maximize wealth.

Why Give? Religious Roots of Charity
12.12.2013 News Story

Some thoughts by HDS instructors on charity across religious traditions during the giving season.

I Give Therefore I Am: The Meaning of Charity in Jewish and Christian Thought (Video)
12.04.2013 News Story

Notre Dame Professor Gary Anderson recently gave a talk on the concept of charity in Jewish and Christian thought.

Promoting Peace in Pakistan
11.15.2013 News Story

HDS alumnus Aurangzeb Haneef teaches peace through religion in a country wracked by violence.

Deepening the Theological Roots of Our Work (Audio)
11.09.2013 News Story

Listen to MDiv candidate Shelley Brown's sermon on being theologically rooted in her work as an MIT scientist and a Harvard preacher.

Beyond Heresy
10.15.2013 News Story

Professor Karen L. King's work explores the complexity of the early Christian world. 

Aslan on Faith, Jesus, and Fox News
09.27.2013 News Story Harvard Magazine

HDS grad and bestselling author Reza Aslan speaks about about personal faith, the historical figure of Jesus, and writing for a popular audience.

The Power of Dreams
04.12.2013 News Story Harvard Gazette

HDS professor Kimberley Patton says the modern West tends to dismiss significance of dreams, perhaps missing a lesson from the ancients.

2013 Billings Preaching Prize Finals
04.10.2013 Video

View the sermons delivered at the annual Billings Preaching Prize Finals, which took place in Andover Chapel on April 10.

David F. Holland, Scholar of American Religious History, Appointed to HDS Faculty
03.28.2013 News Story

Renowned scholar of American religious history David F. Holland has been named Associate Professor of North American Religious History at HDS.