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Posted Wednesday, Jul 18, 2012 1:00:00 AM
This week the Texas Faith Panel, including Austin Seminary's Cynthia Rigby, give their thoughts on: Would you be very comfortable, somewhat comfortable, somewhat uncomfortable, or very uncomfortable with an atheist serving as president?
Posted Monday, Jun 25, 2012 8:23:08 AM
The Texas Faith Panel, including Austin Seminary's Cynthia Rigby, take a break from their usual commentary and share what they are reading this summer and why.
Posted Wednesday, Jun 13, 2012 8:00:00 AM
Cynthia Rigby and the Texas Faith Panel tackle the question of when medical discoveries, such as knowing the entire of genome of a fetus, is taking knowledge too far.
Posted Friday, Jun 8, 2012 9:00:00 AM
According to a recent survey, two-third of responders think that religion coverage is too sensationalized. This week, the Texas Faith Panel, including Austin Seminary's Cynthia Rigby share their thoughts on the topic.
Posted Tuesday, Jun 5, 2012 1:38:29 PM
Austin Seminary's Cynthia Rigby and the Texas Faith Panel share their thoughts on whether or not religious freedom is under attack in America.
Posted Wednesday, May 23, 2012 3:49:23 PM
How would a foreign visitor with little knowledge of America see the state of religious faith today? Read the responses of the Texas Faith panel, including Austin Seminary's Cynthia Rigby.
Posted Wednesday, May 16, 2012 3:32:59 PM
In light of President Obama's recent announcement that he now favors the right of gay and lesbian couples to marry, he is not the only person to have changed his views. According to a study that attitudes toward same-sex marriage has changed significantly since the 1990s. The Texas Faith Panel, including Austin Seminary's Cynthia Rigby, examines the question: How do religious institutions and organizations know when to change?
Posted Wednesday, May 9, 2012 8:41:03 AM
The Texas Faith Panel, including Austin Seminary's Cynthia Rigby, continue their conversation on defining the common good. This week they respond to the question: How far should churches, synagogues, mosques, and other religious institutions go in helping define the common good?
Posted Thursday, May 3, 2012 3:02:11 PM
A new book, The Poetics of Iblis, by Professor Whit Bodman, associate professor of comparative religion, has garnered praise in the Indian press. The current issue of Frontline, "India's national magazine," carries this review.
Posted Thursday, May 3, 2012 9:03:28 AM
The National Catholic Reporter has received a letter of support addressed to Catholic nuns, signed by 34 organizations representing Protestant women from New York to Austin, Texas. Cynthia Rigby, one supporter who helped gather signatures, said it was meant not as a petition, but as a theological letter. "It was so important to us that this reflect a collective voice," said Rigby, a theology professor at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, "because, theologically, we believe that communities of Christian believers, in this case communities of sisters in Christ, stand together."

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