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Casey is a professor of Christian ethics at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C., and advised President Barack Obama's campaign and other Democrats on outreach to religious voters.
I spoke with two of the three founders of the Green Seminary Initiative (GSI) and members of the executive steering committee, Beth Norcross of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington and Laurel Kearns of the Drew University Theological School in Madison, N.J., and with Dominican Sr.
Casey, who teaches Christian ethics at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, has done diligent work in the Nixon and Kennedy libraries.
It is an unseasonably warm winter day in Washington, and sunlight pours through the art studio window at Wesley Theological Seminary, making the tiny jewels in Patrick Birge's hands sparkle.
Some Democrats may be uncomfortable with God talk and religious values, but as the report by Washington correspondent Joe Feuerherd shows, not a few Democrats who also consider themselves religious believe the recent election serves as a wake up call for a party that doesn't "speak a language that resonates with people of faith," according to Shaun Casey, assistant professor of Christian ethics at Wesley Theological Seminary. He said those who early in the 2004 election cycle argued that the Democrats had to fashion a message that would reach people of faith were vindicated by the election results.
Kerry needs to articulate secular policy positions within a moral framework, former Clinton White House chief of staff John Podesta told a July 27 Wesley Theological Seminary symposium on "The God Gap in Presidential Politics." Kerry is at a disadvantage, said Podesta, because "he comes from a tradition that does not wear [religion] on its sleeve." And, Podesta continued, media coverage of religion focuses on "a relatively narrow range of issues"--abortion and gay marriage foremost among them.
The statement, which was circulated primarily via e-mail, was the brainchild of Shaun Casey, an assistant professor of Christian ethics at the Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, in consultation with Stanley Hauerwas, a professor of theological ethics at Duke Divinity School in Durham, N.C.
Kendell Soulen's essay on "Israel and the Church." In a response to Irving Greenberg of the Jewish Life Network and David Sandmel of the Institute for Christian and Jewish Studies, Soulen of Wesley Theological Seminary writes: The relation between Jews and Christians includes an irreducible element of dispute and even rivalry.
Wogaman became senior pastor at Washington's Foundry United Methodist Church in 1992 after 26 years of teaching Christian ethics at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington.