Using an “applied theology” methodology, Auburn investigates core strategies to more effectively equip leaders to succeed in challenging times, as well as strengthen understanding of emerging issues these leaders face.
We do this by marshaling the best theological, faith-rooted thinking on crucial issues of public concern with an aim to inform more effective leadership of and public engagement in social change
With $6 billion running through our election cycles, it is time for people of faith and moral commitment to get more involved in reforming the role of money in American politics. Guided by the wisdom of our religious traditions, we can take constructive action for a more just political system.
A new way to talk about the dignity and equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people that helps move conflicted Christians through their religious and emotional conflicts to stand for, not against, LBGT equality.