Religion is about finding one’s place in humanity, and sociology is about taking a step back from humanity to observe it from the outside. On Monday, Steven M. Tipton transcended the two disparate spheres to offer insight on the state of American religion today.
Meditation offers different things to different people — be it a sense of calm, an unyielding love for all that is, or just a break from the day’s work. To Subagh Singh Khalsa, meditation is about healing.
Throughout Week Five, Chautauqua’s lectures focused on how art and politics interact. Friday’s Interfaith Lecture, however, offered that same insight…
Iconography, idolatry and nationalism are just a few of the stages that Tanisha Ramachandran used to describe the evolution of Hindu imagery.
Barack Obama’s entire presidency has a soundtrack, according to Joshua DuBois, the former head of the Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships for the executive office.
Most discourse on Islam today revolves around politics, but Omid Safi is trying to bring love back into the conversation….
If one were to imagine a Venn diagram of arts, politics and religion, Ori Soltes’ entire Interfaith Lecture would lay in the three circles’ shared space.
Every week’s lecture series has a theme at Chautauqua Institution, but that wasn’t always the case. In fact, the concept…
While every lecture at Chautauqua Institution brings something new, Interfaith Lecturer Michael Eric Dyson is the first — to rap while at the lectern.
Sharks kill an average of 10 people per year, while mosquitos kill roughly 750,000. So why are people so much more afraid of sharks than mosquitos?