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New gallery focuses both on Jesus and Mary

After the Christmas season concludes, the liturgical church calendar slows to somber expectancy. Advent has passed, and ...

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January Series (1/11): Gary Haugen

“Until All are Free: A Look at Slavery Today and the Church’s Invitation to End It” Gary Haugen, director of the I...

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January Series (1/10): Abraham Nussbaum

“Tinkering in Today’s Healthcare Factories: Pursuing the Renewal of Medicine” In his January Series talk on Ja...

An audience waiting to here from writer, lawyer, politician and Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani; photo by Mary Taber
January Series (1/9): Reshma Saujani

“Closing the Gender Gap in Technology” After taking the stage for Jan. 9’s session, Reshma Saujani admitte...

Writer and speaker Mark Charles speaking at the 2017 January Series; Photo courtesy @wirelesshogan
January Series (1/6): Mark Charles

“Race, Trauma and the Doctrine of Discovery” Calvin senior Nelson Bates opened Jan. 6’s session in a language unfa...

Calvin history professor and director of the Meeter Center, Karen Maag, speaking at the January Series on Wednesday, the 4th; Photo by Mary Taber
The latest from the 2017 January Series (1/4 – 1/5)

Thursday, Jan. 5, Matthew Desmond: “Poverty and Profit in the American City” Harvard professor and MacArthur “geni...

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Local churches discuss immigration

In recent months, one of the most hotly debated topics has been immigration. This year’s election has grappled with wh...

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Alumni authors publish essay collection

The days of regular writing assignments often disappear when a Calvin diploma appears. For some, this is a reason to rej...

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CRC leaders wrestle with same-sex marriage: a look at Synod 2016

This year’s Synod of the Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA) received a report from the Committee to Pr...

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Response to Matthew Tuininga on Sexuality and Scripture

Let me begin by warmly thanking Matthew Tuininga, who has become my good friend, for the generous spirit of his response...