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"Before enrolling at Princeton Theological Seminary, I was teaching English in Brooklyn, New York. I was unsure if seminary was where I was supposed to be as I began my studies. But my time at Chautauqua confirmed my call to seminary and to fostering intentional interfaith communities where homogeneity is broken, where relationships are formed, and where we can work together on loving our neighbors as children of God."

2017 APYA Christian coordinator Zoë Garry reflects on her Chatuauqua experience in this blog post at Princeton Theological Seminary website: http://www.ptsem.edu/news/zoe-garry
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Teach a Special Studies Class at CHQ in 2018. The deadline to apply is Oct. 1, 2017: http://chq.org/classes
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Teach a Special Studies Class at CHQ in 2018. The deadline to apply is Oct. 1, 2017: http://chq.org/classes
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Is there anything we can learn from hurricanes, storms and floods?

Sharing an opinion column by CHQ lecturer David Brooks
http://ow.ly/4WjJ30f6igd
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Do we really want God to live with us in a poisoned and degraded world?
An article on Christianity and climate change by Norman Wirxba.

Wirxba is a professor of theology and ecology at Duke Divinity School and CHQ lecturer - wk 9 2017. http://ow.ly/DRil30f6gX6
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How Jews And Christians Differ On ‘Faith’ Fantastic article by Rabbi Sid Schwarz on his lecture at CHQ this summer. http://ow.ly/nqY230f4BQs
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Teach a Special Studies Class at CHQ in 2018. The deadline to apply is Oct. 1, 2017: http://chq.org/classes
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Letter from the Editor (and one of our favorite lecturers): One Giant Leap for Womankind Nancy Gibbs nancy gibbs http://ow.ly/7C7630f0DI5
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We are living in an age of revolutions, natural and human, that are buffeting individuals and communities.

A thoughtful article by CHQ lecturer Fareed Zakaria on the size of government today. http://ow.ly/uzmE30f0zlP
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