About the Project
Kansas is religiously a microcosm of the world. All of America’s largest religious families—Catholics, Methodists, Baptists, Lutherans, and so on—are well represented, but so are a legion of less populous groups. The Religion in Kansas Project seeks to serve as a comprehensive clearinghouse for resources and information that document this diversity of religious tradition and experience in Kansas, and the historical and contemporary role of religion in the lives of Kansans. Read more...
Oral history interview with Camille Eichorn conducted by Renee Cyr on July 11, 2019 at Wheatfields Bakery in Lawrence. Camille is currently a solitary…
A journal published from 1963 through 1995 by the Kansas School of Religion.
Kansas, and especially the capital city of Topeka, provided excellent circumstances for the shaping of new expressions of Christianity at...
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Old Myers Hall, home of the Kansas School of Religion and the Kansas Bible Chair before 1967