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about Raymond Huerta
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Raymond earned a B.A. in Religious Studies from The University of Texas at Austin. He is currently a graduate student at Yale Divinity School studying Black Religion in the African Diaspora. He intends to pursue a PhD in American Religious History after completing his masters degree.

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Yale Divinity School
The University of Texas at Austin
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07/25/2016

When we Hate In The Name of Religion

A short poem by Joy Josephs. Her work can be found here https://joyjosephs.wordpress.com
06/22/2016
06/22/2016

The Struggles Of A Ramadan Fast (In A Non-Muslim Office)

Life becomes a literal hunger game when you’re fasting for Ramadan in a non-Muslim office.
06/22/2016

Deborah's Army: The Book of Judges

Deborah, one of the most talked about women in the Bible, tells Barak they should take on the Canaanite army. But he worries they don't stand a cha...
06/08/2016

Would Alien "First Contact" Destroy Religion?

Taken from Andrew's YouTube Channel: "As NASA continues to discover thousands of new exoplanets, humans have increasingly asked: "Are we alone?" If...
05/27/2016
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