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Lubar Institute Newsletter

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Vol 2, Issue 1 • Fall 2011
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Accepting the Interfaith Challenge
Upcoming LISAR programs include White House initiative, Thering Fellow
White House Initiative

LISAR is spearheading UW-Madison’s response to the White House Interfaith & Community Service Campus Challenge. Charles Cohen, the Institute’s Director, is UW’s lead contact... (continued)



Professor Charles CohenFrom the Director
Several years ago I received an email from Paul Joyce, Head of the Faculty of Theology at Oxford University, announcing the creation of a newly donated chair in Abrahamic religion and asking me for recommendations... (continued)



Joseph O'DonnellLISAR Fellows Voice
Joseph O'Donnell, LISAR Fellow, 2011-12
Despite being raised in a religious family, my late childhood and early adult years were plagued with a doubt about the existence of God... (continued)



LISAR symbolSupporting the LISAR mission
This fall is a busy time at the UW-Madison---classes are back in swing, students are getting involved in campus activities and LISAR is spearheading the President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus... (continued)