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Posted Friday, May 19, 2017 
Professor Bill Greenway discusses his book The Challenge of Evil on the 5-16-17 podcast of Home_Brewed–Christianity. His interview starts at about minute 8.
Posted Tuesday, Mar 28, 2017 
Professor William Greenway has published a new book, Agape Ethics: Moral Realism and Love for All Life (Cascade, 2016). In line with earlier efforts to articulate a wholly reasonable faith—A Reasonable Belief (WJK, 2015), For the Love of All Creatures (Eerdmans, 2015), and The Challenge of Evil (WJK, 2016)—in Agape Ethics, Greenway develops a compelling argument for the transcending reality of agape and for a spirituality awakened to the sacred value of all life.
Posted Monday, Mar 20, 2017 
Professor Cynthia Rigby, Trustee Chris Currie, and Alumna Layton Williams were among eight Presbyterian leaders to draft a new confessional statement. The Sarasota Statement was released during the NEXT Conference last week.
Posted Thursday, Aug 20, 2015 
Timothy D. Lincoln, Associate Dean for Seminary Effectiveness and Director of the Stitt Library at Austin Seminary, will serve as Vice President of the Board of Directors for the American Theological Library Association, a professional association of over 800 individual, institutional, and affiliate members providing programs, products and services for theological and religious studies libraries and librarians.
Posted Thursday, Aug 20, 2015 
Dr. Cuéllar, assistant professor of Old Testament, discusses with the Wabash Center how he attempts to decenter racializing master-narratives in his introduction to Old Testament course.
Posted Monday, Aug 10, 2015 
ow can we be moral without being moralizing? And is our own morality relative? Are we just imposing our own standards on others? Or are we expressing something universal and true? Professor Cynthia Rigby and colleagues discuss in the Dallas Morning News.
Posted Monday, Aug 10, 2015 
Rev. Dr. David White, C. Ellis and Nancy Gribble Nelson Professor of Christian Education and Professor in Methodist Studies at Austin Theological Seminary, contributed to the new CEB Student Bible (Common English Bible, trade paper, August 18, 2015). White wrote discussions for the books of Ezekiel and Titus as well as articles for Ezekiel. The discussions include questions, activities, and "Reading Differently" exercises for youth groups and small groups.
Posted Wednesday, Jul 29, 2015 
Are the religious rights of opponents of gay marriage genuinely at risk? Does granting gays and lesbians the right to marry affect heterosexual married couples? Professor Cynthia Rigby and colleagues discuss in the Dallas Morning News.
Posted Tuesday, Jun 23, 2015 
The Charleston church shooting weighed heavily on the Texas Faith panelists this week. Here's what Professor Cynthia Rigby and her colleagues have to say about this unspeakable tragedy.
Posted Friday, Apr 17, 2015 
The Texas Impact Board, led by Professor Whit Bodman, says lack of stakeholder involvement has led to at least 45 bills with potential dangerous, unintended consequences for denominations, faith-based groups and crucial state services.

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