Religion scholar and bestselling author Stephen Prothero speaks at the Harvard Book Store last night about his new book “God Is Not One” in which he seeks to demonstrate how differences in paths leading to the same destination can enrich, not prevent, dialogue and cooperation.
“36 Arguments for the Existence of God: A Work of Fiction” doesn’t settle any of the questions it raises, but it certainly edifies, entertains, and provokes.
“All are welcome. We are not fancy. We especially welcome sinners,” proclaims the Web site of St. Martha’s Episcopal Church in Lexington, Ky., where the Reverend Timothy R. Fleck ’86 was made Clergy-in-Charge.
Last night, a talk on contemporary Catholic sexual ethics kicked off the Lenten speaker series “What’s Sex Got to Do With It?”