Truman students enrolled in the PHRE Islam course taught by Dr. Appold recently took part in an all-day field trip to the Daar ul-Islam Masjid int. Louis. The mosque is the largest in St. Louis and includes also a day school for elementary level children. Following a noon lunch in the Pakistan Saffron Restaurant, students toured […]
Saturday, November 1, 2014 Unless otherwise noted, all sessions take place in the Student Union Building’s Alumni Room. 9 a.m. Introduction to the Conference 9:05 – 9:35 Josh McBride (John Brown University): “Karl Barth and the Theology of Vocation” 9:40- 10:10 Roberto Renteria (Truman State University): “Stigmata: The Holy Wounds to Salvation” 10:15-10:45 Blaine Hill […]
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CALL FOR PAPERS 19th ANNUAL PACIFIC UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE PHILOSOPHY CONFERENCE April 17-18, 2015 Pacific University Forest Grove, Oregon Keynote talk by Daniel Dennett (Tufts University) The 19th annual Pacific University Undergraduate Philosophy Conference will be held April 17-18, 2015 on the campus of Pacific University, in Forest Grove, Oregon. The purpose of this conference […]
Pictured in front of the Treasury Building in Petra, Jordan are the 12 students who participated in last summer’s Middle East Study Abroad course offered by Truman’s Study Abroad Program and led by PHRE professor Dr. Mark Appold. Back row: Alex Nyquist, Carnahan Lovewell, Ingrid Roettgen, Caitlyn Bess, Erin Nyquist, and Molly Turner. Front row: […]
Dear PHRE students: There are still enough seats for PHRE 363 “Women in Chinese Religions” (Fall 2014, Tue. and Thur. 12:00-1:20). Contact me if you would like to know more about this course. Thanks. Ding-hwa Hsieh
Monday, 14 April, 7pm SUB Conference Room 3000 Mark Shaffer, Truman graduate and doctoral candidate at the Hebrew Union College Will present: “Deborah and Barak, Yael and Sisura” Mental Pegs for Reading Composite Literature in the Hebrew Bible One of the challenges interpreting the Hebrew Bible is its composite nature. Scribal editors drew from large […]
Dear PHRE Community, If you are at all inclined to want to concentrate courses in religion during your tenure with us as a major or minor, the department highly recommends that you enroll in PHRE 365: Method and Theory in Religious Studies next Fall (MW 3:30-4:50pm). This course will give you an overview of and […]