Faculty and Research

Davíd Carrasco y Eduardo Matos Moctezuma en México en 2019. Foto de Ryan Christopher Jones

Eduardo Matos Moctezuma Sobre La Creación De Colaboraciones Transfronterizas Fructíferas

August 17, 2020

La Cátedra Eduardo Matos Moctezuma, la primera serie de conferencias que lleva el nombre de un ciudadano mexicano en los 400 años de la historia de la Universidad de Harvard, se lanzó hace tres años como parte de una colaboración entre instituciones culturales mexicanas y Harvard.

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Does the New Testament Support Christian Zionism?

Does the New Testament Support Christian Zionism?

July 21, 2020

"Seeking a basis for reconciliation between Jews and Christians has been a much-pursued enterprise over the past few centuries. For the most part, the quest has been founded upon a mutual willingness to dilute religious conviction or bracket it altogether," writes Professor Jon D. Levenson.

Professor Frank Clooney

Yearning for God in a World of Troubles

July 21, 2020
"The larger the problems are around us, the deeper we must go if we are to be spiritually alive, able to manifest God’s healing power in a world that seems anything but holy," writes Professor Francis X. Clooney, S.J.
Visiting Professor E.J. Dionne

A Big Election Amid Pandemic in a Riven Land

July 20, 2020
“I am very, very, very worried about November,” said E.J. Dionne, Visiting Professor in Religion and Political Culture at Harvard Divinity School. “I don’t think we’re doing enough to get ready for Election Day.”

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