Outstanding Contributing Scholars to Present at State of Formation Workshop
On November 24th State of Formation will host a workshop for its Contributing Scholars and potential new scholars — read more here for details. We are pleased to announce that we will also feature the stories and voices of the following three Outstanding Contributing Scholars:
Elise is a master’s student at Harvard Divinity School interested in religious diversity, translation, secularism, Arabic, and Middle Eastern Christianity, among other things. She will present on her recent post, I dwell in (and with) Possibility.
Simran Jeet Singh
Simran Jeet Singh is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Religion at Columbia University. He is currently the Scott and Rachel F. McDermott Fellow for the American Institute of Indian Studies. Simran also serves as the Senior Religion Fellow for the Sikh Coalition, Education Director for the Surat Initaitive, Executive Director for the Sikh Spirit Foundation, and Chair for the Interfaith Committee of the World Sikh Council. He will present on his recent post, Hate Hits Home: When My Friend Became a Target
Paul Joseph Greene
Paul Joseph Greene is seeking a Ph.D. in systematic theology at Luther Seminary in Saint Paul, Minnesota. “Let’s talk interreligiously about liberation, identity, power, privilege, creative transformation, process, politics, and Glee! And by virtue of our relationship, let’s become a new creation together.” He will present on his recent post, Loving Courage to Worship the Gungod No More