Divine Discontent

In times of racism and injustice, is God angry or complacent? What is the role of a religion that promotes love and unity in situations of rage over inequality? These are questions that Professor Marjorie Corbman tackles in her dissertation titled: “Divine Discontent: The Influence of Messianic-Nationalist Movements on Early Black Theology’s Portrayal of God’s … More Divine Discontent

The Fourth Century and a Parting of Ways between Christianity and Judaism

In many ways, it’s fair to view the history of Christianity as a history of debates. From the Iconoclastic Controversies of the Byzantine Empire to the Protestant Reformation of post-Renaissance Europe, any student of theology is likely familiar with at least a few such debates. Dr. Emanuel Fiano, a member of the Theology department at … More The Fourth Century and a Parting of Ways between Christianity and Judaism

Fordham Theology: A Look at the Unexpected

Initially, it is hard to see the connection between the literary and visual arts representation of the HIV/AIDS crisis in contemporary French film and the rigid and highly organized life that Benedictine monks developed in the middle ages. For Dr. Kris Trujillo it is easy. It is all a part of his natural educational progression … More Fordham Theology: A Look at the Unexpected