Our Graduate Assistants and MA students went caroling Saturday evening to the Religious Studies faculty's homes. Despite the cold weather, the singers and guitar cheered and warmed the neighborhoods with their happy, dulcet voices. Thank you, students, for the songs and joy! … [Read more...] about Holiday Caroling!
Dr. Philippa Koch, Assistant Professor at Missouri State’s Religious Studies Department, will participate in the “Religion & Pandemics, Vaccines, and Public Policy” panel at Indiana University (virtual) on 17 December 2020. She will be joined by Dr. Ryan J. Cobb (University of Georgia) and Cohosts Richard Gunderman and Krista Hoffmann-Longtin (both of Indiana … [Read more...] about REL Professor Philippa Koch to Present at Religion & Pandemics Panel
Everyone is invited to participate in this year's virtual Public Affairs Conference at Missouri State University! This event is free and open to the public and, as all events will be held virtually rather than in-person, no face masks are required. :) The topic of this year's Public Affairs Conference is "The Power of Voice" and includes an exciting array of speakers, … [Read more...] about Public Affairs Conference Begins Today!
Congratulations to our former department head, Dr. Stanley Burgess and his wife, Dr. Ruth Burgess, on the publication of their new book, Two Millennia of Memorable Christian Women: Showing Strength without Power (Westbow Press)! The Burgesses stopped by the Religious Studies office this afternoon to drop off a signed copy of the book. One of the contributors to the book is … [Read more...] about Drs. Stan and Ruth Burgess Publish New Book
Congratulations to Missouri State University Religious Studies alumnus, Dr. Brian Doak, on the publication of his new book, Ancient Israel’s Neighbors (Oxford University Press, 2020)! Dr. Doak (M.A., 2004), earned his Ph.D. at Harvard University and is currently Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at George Fox University. In addition to teaching and writing, he is … [Read more...] about REL Alumnus Brian Doak Publishes Fifth Book