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Dr. Beverley Haddad, a PSR visiting professor from South Africa, explains the barriers to halting HIV and AIDS in South Africa and imagines a "life-giving" theology that would validate, not persecute, those living with HIV and AIDS.
Pacific School of Religion is recognized for its efforts on World AIDS Day 2009.
PSR alum Claire Richardson (MDiv, 2009) is quoted in an article about a controversial play depicting Jesus as homosexual.
Jay Johnson, director of academic research at the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in Religion and Ministry at the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley is quoted in this article.
PSR first-year MDiv student Staci Imes looks ahead to her calling in pastoral ministry.
PSR graduate Corbin Tobey-Davis (MDiv 2009) writes about his experiences engaging in interfaith dialogue.
CLGS Rev. Roland Stringfellow is mentioned in this article about how a community prays, reflects, on Prop 8
PSR faculty member Inese Radzins presented "Seeing Red in the Black Church: Marxist Thought and African American Christianity," and PSR Faculty member Mayra Rivera Rivera presided at the Theology and Religious Reflection Section business meeting.
Roland Stringfellow, CLGS Coordinator of the Bay Area Coalition of Welcoming Congregations, guest blogs about the passage of Proposition 8 and where the community stands one year after its passage.