I contributed a couple of short pieces to the winter issue of Drew magazine, as part of my role as their occasional religion correspondent. One was on the incoming Theological School dean; the other on a Drew alum who just joined the Harvard Divinity School faculty.

One of my undergrad majors was in comparative religion, and I enjoy these opportunities to wade back into that world. But reading papers on constructive theologies and decolonizing epistemologies makes me feel like I’ve gotten dumber in the 10 years since I graduated.

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