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Current Newsletter

In this issue:

  • What neuroscience has to do with nationalism by Fareed Zakaria, GPS
  • E.O. Wilson on the next big thing 
  • Empathy, Morality, Community, Culture—Apes Have It All by Steve Paulson
  • Today’s Biggest Threat: The Polarized Mind by Kirk J. Schneider, Sayyed Mohsen Fatemi 
  • Weaving the World by Marjorie Suchocki

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May 2019 Newsletter

Dear WesleyNexus Colleague: Pentecost will be celebrated on June 9, 2019.  As depicted in the book of Acts, the disciples, Mary and some other women and Jesus’ brothers had returned to Jerusalem.  Meeting... READ MORE

April 2019 Newsletter

Dear WesleyNexus Colleague: On Friday, April 26, 2019, the Judicial Council of the United Methodist Church ruled on the constitutional status of the “Traditional Plan,” which reaffirmed its stance on homosexuality in the... READ MORE

March 2019 Newsletter

Dear WesleyNexus Colleague: March has been a busy month for WesleyNexus dominated by four of our board members presenting papers at the Wesleyan Theological Society (WTS) meeting at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington... READ MORE

February 2019 Newsletter

Dear WesleyNexus Colleague:  Human Origins “If a scientific civilization is to be a good civilization, it is necessary that increase in knowledge should be accompanied by increase in wisdom. I mean by wisdom... READ MORE