A Master’s Degree for our Times: CLU Launches Online Degree in Ethical Leadership

Clayton, Philip

The trailblazers at Claremont Lincoln University (CLU) in southern California are at it again. After the Methodist-affiliated Claremont School of Theology co-founded the multi-religious university CLU in 2011, the school is now launching an online Master’s Degree in Ethical Leadership. “It’s a Master’s Degree for our times,” says Philip Clayton, Executive Vice President and Provost [Read More...]

The Questions of Lent: To Give Up or Not to Give Up?


Our Facebook Lenten Question of the Week series launched last week with this: How Might a Progressive Christian Approach Lent?  Throughout the week, our fantastic bloggers posted a number of thoughtful and inspiring responses. Some of the standouts included: Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove:  The Fast We’ve Chosen: Begging with our Friends Kurt Willems:  Ash Wednesday: Because Sometimes Rich [Read More...]

Walking Through Lent: Progressive Christians on the Journey


Once considered the liturgical purview of the Catholics, Lent – the 40-day period from Ash Wednesday to Holy Thursday before Easter - has become more and more embraced as a liturgical season with legs within the Protestant church. With the comfort level of spiritual practices on the rise in mainstream congregations for the past decade, progressive [Read More...]