We seem to find ourselves in an increasingly post-truth society in which many people simply confuse truth with ideology or whatever gets repeated the most by their favorite politicians or news sources. What does it mean for something to be true and why does this … read more.
Speaker: The Rev. Dr. Mark Y. A. Davies
An overview of my personal journey through fundamentalist Christianity to a religion of inclusion, justice, and sustainability.
The Rev. Dr. Mark Davies is the Oklahoma State Humanities Scholar for the Smithsonian Institute Museum on Main Street Water/Ways exhibit. He is also the Wimberly Professor of Social and … read more.
On Sunday an exploration of the significance of the oceans for all life on earth and what responsible care calls us all to do to care for and protect this beautiful and precious part of our planet.
The Rev. Dr. Mark Davies is the Oklahoma State … read more.
On Sunday an exploration of what realistic hope might look like. In the midst of our current chal- lenges and how we might find joy together as we work together to heal our communities and trans- form the world.
The Earth Community – an exploration of what life might be like if we thought of ourselves as earthlings first.
Rev. Dr. Mark Y. A. Davies is the Wimberly Professor of Social and Ecological Ethics, Director of the World House Institute for Social and Ecological Responsibility, … read more.
Throughout the history of religious experience, there has been a tension between the prophetic and priestly functions of religion. Religion sometimes challenges the norms and practices of society and culture, and at times it reinforces the norms and practices of society and culture. What … read more.
The World is my Parish – reflections on what we might learn from the founder of Methodism, John Wesley, in our current global context. We will also be exploring the universalist themes within Wesley’s understanding of grace.
Mark Davies is the Oklahoma State Humanities Scholar for … read more.
We all know that without water there is no life. Sadly, there are many water challenges that are facing our communities. These challenges impact our region, and even the world. How can we care for this most precious part of our ecological community? On Sunday, … read more.
Dr Davies will offer reflections on the effectiveness of non-violent action in a world of darkness.