With Halloween on the horizon, the time was right to touch base with Miguel De La Torre, author of The Quest for Historical Satan, to find out just how scared we should be this season. De La Torre is an ordained Southern Baptist preacher as well as a social ethics professor at the Iliff School of T ... More >>
Bringing to light the journeys of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer individuals within faith traditions, The Shower of Stoles exhibition opening today at Iliff School of Theology lets sacred pieces illuminate the story. "Some of the stoles tell a story of pain -- they may have been don ... More >>
Starting tonight and running through Sunday, April 3, the University of Denver and the Iliff School of Theology will host what organizers says is a first-of-its-kind conference, which will bring academics together to discuss one of the world's hottest topics: human trafficking.
Activism meets art meets food at the Welcome Table.
Chicago in 1968 was a place of violence and chaos. Some activists would like to re-create those good old days.
When Reverend Benjamin Reynolds opened his church to gays, some called it a sin. He calls it a mission from God.
Meet Holly Kylberg, the boldest of Denver's boldfaced names.
Hairspray bops from the screen to the stage
Denver's janitors were being swept aside. Now they're winning respect.
Eating well for a good cause.
Father Jim Sunderland chose to spend his life as a middleman -- between killers and God.
P.S.1's changing course leaves some people wondering what direction the charter school is taking.
Their mission is to help the homeless, but now the Catholic Workers are trying to keep a roof over their own heads.
January 14 - 20, 1999
An Iliff divinity student sues the school over disability access.
For a century this inner-city church has served as a refuge. But its most important mission has always been outside the walls.
THE FURY FLIES AS INDIAN ACTIVISTS TAKE AIM AT EACH OTHER.