What does Westar mean to you? (Part IV)

As part of our Spring Fundraising campaign, we're talking to some of our members about how and why they've stayed connected to Westar. Here, long-time member Dick Carter - an Advocate for Public Religious Literacy Award recipient - reflects on how he got involved with westar in Australia.

What Does Westar Mean to You? (Part III)

As part of our Spring Fundraising campaign, we're talking to some of our members about how and why they've stayed connected to Westar. Here, long-time member Pat Hanns shares her thoughts.

Pride Month, Queer Theory, and the Bible

As part of our available resources for Pride Month, we're hosting a call with a few of our scholars. Sign up here.

The Bible and Abortion

With Missouri, Georgia, and Alabama voting in favor of severe restrictions to abortions, it is understandable that those in the Christian tradition might turn to the Bible for theological perspective. However, as with every modern social issue, the Bible actually has nothing to say since the Bible is not a modern document. Nonetheless, the instinct [...]

Reproductive Justice, ministry, and the bible

With reproductive justice and women's rights becoming more infringed upon, many faith leaders are mobilizing to resist. One of our members, Rev. Lori Walke, is a minister in Oklahoma City and plays a large role in advocating for justice in her community. We talked to her about recent attacks on women's rights, including the Alabama [...]