Join CLGS and local faith leaders for a special screening of the renowned award-winning film, Moonlight on Tuesday February 21st at 7:00 pm at Shattuck Landmark Cinemas. Following the screening, a panel of black faith leaders, educators and activists will lead a dynamic discussion about the themes of the film.
Torah Told Different: Stories for a Pan Poly/Post-Denominational World recounts the tale of a parallel reality in which a Third Temple rose and fell in antiquity, women were ordained in the fifth century CE, and alternate sages and texts are woven together with ones better known from the “historical” Jewish textual tradition. Ramer’s contemporary midrash […]
Under the theme of “Borders and Identity,” CLGS’ John E. Boswell Lecture, presented in partnership with Pacific School of Religion’s Earl Lectures will explore how migration across all kinds of borders—both physical and metaphorical—is reshaping our understanding of identity across boundaries of race, culture, religion, gender identity, and nationality. The keynote address will be delivered by Jose Antonio Vargas, openly gay Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, filmmaker, immigration activist, and founder of Define American.