Podcast: Reflections on COP 26 and the Human Challenge

Fazlun Khalid, engineer and interfaith environmentalist, recently spoke with Center director Dr. Michael Reid Trice. Khalid shares about how human development and innovation, specifically banks, are destroying the earth, and he explains how it’s the responsibility of humans to be aware of the impact they are making on the environment. Subscribe to our Podcasts at: [...] Read More

At The RoundTable: UNEA 5.2 Faith for Earth

At the RoundTable: UNEA 5.2 Faith for Earth This RoundTable focuses on Faith for Earth Dialogue at UNEA 5.2. CEIE was a planning partner and presenter at the United Nations Environment Assembly’s Faith for Earth Dialogue at UNEA 5.2: Strengthening Actions for Nature to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals Learn more about Faith for Earth [...] Read More

Podcast: Grace and Empathy in a Pandemic Age

The Rev. Elizabeth A. Eaton was re-elected to serve a second six-year term as ELCA presiding bishop at the 2019 ELCA Churchwide Assembly. Eaton is the ELCA’s fourth presiding bishop and was first elected at the 2013 ELCA Churchwide Assembly.  Eaton earned a Master of Divinity degree from Harvard Divinity School and a Bachelor of [...] Read More

Blogcast: Being Accountable to One Another

Listen to this BlogCast Janice Tufte, Muslim, was born and raised in Seattle and has lived in various regions of the United states before settling back in Seattle. Janice has resided in areas of poverty and areas of great wealth. Always seeking ways to catalyze and enact positive differences she has developed multiple community-based projects [...] Read More

Blogcast: Cancel Culture

Listen to this BlogCast Michael Reid Trice is Founder of Religica, the Spehar-Halligan Associate Professor for Constructive Theology, and serves as the Director of the Center for Religious Wisdom & World Affairs at the School of Theology and Ministry at Seattle University.  Michael spends his time at home today … because we’re in a pandemic! [...] Read More

Blogcast: Racism and the Response of Religion

Listen to this BlogCast Michael Ramos' career has been at the intersection of ecumenism and interfaith relations and the promotion of social justice.  He currently serves as the Executive Director of the Church Council of Greater Seattle.  He recently received a Doctor of Ministry degree from Seattle University.  He is married to Donna, with two [...] Read More

Podcast: Stop Dying with Guilt

Subscribe to our Podcasts at:    Recently, Religica Theolab Founder Dr. Michael Reid Trice had a chance to speak with Human Rights Activist Antje Mattheus. Antje joined the Action Reconciliation Service for Peace and moved to Philadelphia as a volunteer in 1974 to work with the United Farm Workers’ Union. Her forthcoming book, Cresheim Farm, [...] Read More

Blog: Art & Armistice: A Veteran Lamentation

This blog was originally published in November 2020.  It's November 11th on Veterans Day in the U.S. and the usual “Thank you for your service” messages of love come to me via text and tags on social media. It happens every year, and every year I don’t know what to say. During most interactions, both [...] Read More