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Episode Two: Myles Hudson on Pluralism​

Welcome to the second interview of the first CANA interview series. Over the coming weeks, we’ll be taking you through an exploration of this issue of Pluralism in the university community. We’ve gathered a diverse group of Christian perspectives on the issue, to provoke a conversation on how we navigate our deepest differences.

Our second interview is with Myles Hudson. Myles is a sophomore at the university of Chicago and is involved student government

Today’s interviewer is Joshua Mckie

Joshua is the Features Editor of CANA. Joshua hails from New York, New York and majors in Fundamentals. His interest is in the intersection of religion and public life and social entrepreneurship.

We hope you enjoy their discussion

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American Evangelicalism in Perspective: An Introduction to America’s most contested politico-religous group

American Evangelicalism in Perspective: An Introduction to America’s Most contested Politico-Religous group by Francesco Bianco Differently from other groups, Evangelicals in America tend to be grouped based on their political statements about specific issues concerning contemporary American politics rather than theological beliefs. Nonetheless, just as Islam is a broad term that identifies numerous traditions, which

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An Interview with Julian DeShazier

  An Interview with Julian DeShazier Conducted by Joshua Mckie    Julian DeShazier is Senior Pastor of University Church. He is a Chicago native, and a gradu- ate of Morehouse College and the University of Chicago Divinity School. Pastor Julian is also an award-winning hip hop musician and songwriter, known to many as “J.Kwest.” He has

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An Interview with Matthew Pinna

An Interview with Matthew Pinna  conducted by Stiven Peter Tell us a little bit about yourself I’m currently a second year in the college studying political science and tentatively English. I’m from Long Island NY, so I suppose I’m used to city life. I’m most known maybe notoriously for my current vice president position in

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OliphantAnna Lu Lydia drags herself out of bed at five in the morning on Thanksgiving Day, because arson cases don’t solve themselves, and tonight is one family dinner she can’t afford to ruin with overtime. She trudges into the bathroom, splashes frigid water in her face, and robotically sticks her toothbrush in her mouth, all

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