Kathryn Mary Lohre is the assistant director of the Pluralism Project at Harvard University, a research project on the changing religious landscape in the United States. She is also the president elect of the National Council of Churches USA, and a member of the World Council of Churches Central Committee, representing the ELCA.
Dwelling in God’s Household: A Lutheran Perspective on Interfaith Relations
May/June 2011: Interfaith (Volume 11 Issue 3)
A Household Divided?  In a single generation, the religious landscape of the United States has changed dramatically. America can no longer be described as “Judeo-Christian,” if ever it could. Today the religious demography of the United States reflects the spectrum of the world’s religions and the diversity of global Christianity.1 Certain forms of Christianity, […]