The Monastery of St. Gertrude is run by the Benedictine Sisters of Idaho. They adopted a “philosophy of land use” for their 1,400 acres, part of the homeland of the Nez Perce Native American people. Their philosophy calls the sisters to care for land that was entrusted to them by God, to live harmoniously with […]
James Aho was an emeritus professor of sociology at Idaho State University until he retired in December of 2010. Hew researches and writes on the relationship between religion and violence, especially among right-wing groups and individuals.
The Idaho Catholic Register is the official newspaper of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Boise, Idaho.
Rhett Diessner is a psychology professor at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho. He wrote Psyche and Eros: Bahá’í Studies in a Spiritual Psychology.
Rodney Frey is a professor of American Indian studies and anthropology at the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho. He is an expert on the religious and spiritual attitudes and practices of Native American tribes of the West and animals.
Tri Robinson is founding pastor of the Vineyard Boise Church in Boise, Idaho. He is the author, with Jason Chatraw, of Saving God’s Green Earth: Rediscovering the Church’s Responsibility to Environmental Stewardship.
Scott Minnich is an associate professor in the school of food science at the University of Idaho in Boise and a fellow at Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture. He is a co-author of Explore Evolution: The Arguments For and Against Neo-Darwinism.
Andrew Finstuen is an associate professor of history and director of the Honors College at Boise State University in Idaho. He is the author of Original Sin and Everyday Protestants: The Theology of Reinhold Niebuhr, Billy Graham and Paul Tillich in an Age of Anxiety.
CATCH is a partnership among the city of Boise, Idaho; 12 local congregations; and the business community to provide long-term housing and supportive services to the area’s homeless population. Each participating congregation sponsors a homeless family’s housing for six months or a year; CATCH also is developing a 10-year plan to address homelessness.