Whether it’s Rasta or Buddhism or Native American traditions, you’ll learn what various religions offer the world today. And you’ll come to understand how these religions — whether in a historical sense or in contemporary settings — impact policymaking, ideas of social justice and day-to-day personal interactions around the globe.
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The Daryl D. Schimdt Lectureship on Religion in Public Life
This biennial lecture commemorates the life and work of a TCU religion professor and New Testament scholar who believed that scholars should and can make a difference in society.Learn More
Dr. Ross Receives Manuscript PrizeThis Spring, Dr. Samuel Ross received the 2019 BRAIS-De Gruyter Prize for his book manuscript, The Biblical Turn in the Qur’an Commentary Tradition....
Dr. Moessner’s Regensburg Fellowship, Fall 2019Dr. David P. Moessner, A. A. Bradford Chair and Professor of Religion, has received a fellowship appointment for the 2019 Fall Semester at the Centre ...
Dr. Brockman Secures Second Wilbur AwardDr David R. Brockman (Religion) recently received a Religion Communicators Council (RCC) Wilbur Award for the second year in a row, again for a Texas...
Langston Recognized for Scholarship on Southern Jewish HistoryDr. Scott Langston of the TCU Department of Religion was recently awarded the Southern Jewish Historical Society’s highest honor, the Samuel Pro...