Christian Theological Seminary
How to choose between two popular brainy-cool lecture series this month.
Local experimental-art collective Know No Stranger lampooned Silicon Valley product launches. The pitch: a robot, Ascme, that only responded to “the crispy rhythm of monosyllabic speech.”
Quit your kvetching! You can thank this man, Bob Epstein. He’s a reel mensch.
About a year ago, Indy lawyer Bob Epstein looked around the country and realized there are about 60 Jewish film festivals—even one in South Bend—but that Indianapolis had never had one.
The private school’s president announced active opposition to House Joint Resolution 6.
In taking a public stance on the hot-button topic, Butler's president joins a group of leaders across a spectrum of industries and entities who have denounced HJR-6.
In the wake of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu’s visit to Butler University and CTS, the latter expresses institutional displeasure with the soon-to-be-reintroduced measure. More than 300 “faith leaders” statewide also wrote an open letter expressing their distaste for it.
The decision was perhaps inspired in part by Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu's address to an Indianapolis audience more than a month ago.
The South African spiritual leader spoke about a range of subjects, from President Obama and Syria to what he termed God’s “incredible embrace” that includes some people you might not expect.
His words were perhaps revelatory on the subject of inclusion—by God and by fellow humans—of all people, regardless of race, socio-economic status, religion, and even sexual orientation.