Centers.

 

Centers

Center for Christianities in Global Contexts

Established with a generous grant from the Henry Luce Foundation, the Center for Christianities in Global Contexts supports research, reflection and engagement of the place and practices of Christianity in its vastly diverse expressions within an increasingly complex world. Shaping the mission of CCGC is the conviction that there is an urgent need to better understand the forces of both globalization and pluralism that shape Christianity today.

Center on Religion, Culture & Conflict

Drew University’s Center on Religion, Culture & Conflict focuses critical attention on the complex ways in which people from different cultural, ethnic and religion traditions interact, and how both difference and similarity can serve as a resource for building peace.

Institute for Ecstatic Naturalism

Contemporary ecstatic naturalism was first formulated in Professor Robert S. Corrington’s Nature and Spirit: An Essay in Ecstatic Naturalism. Corrington probes into the correlation of psychosemiotics with the psychoanalytic theories of Freud, Rank, Jung, Reich and Kristeva wherein the human unconscious shows itself to be the multiform gateway to the vast underconscious of nature.