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Beyond Bono and Eugene Peterson: The Most Searched and Shared Psalms

Fuller Seminary video wants more reading. Here's what people already are. Fuller Theological Seminary wants you to read the Psalms more. And it enlisted Bono and Eugene Peterson to make the case. According to research, many Americans...Show More Summary

Setting the World Bank President Straight On Large Dams

Local people continue to be impoverished by the World Bank's Kandadji Dam On April 6, World Bank President Jim Kim addressed the Union Theological Seminary in New York on "The Principle of Mercy." During his presentation, Jim Kim mused...Show More Summary

Theological Education as a Partner in the Mission

The influence of theological institutions should be directional. Seminaries are God-given and important tools, but how can these “tools” be best used to advance the mission of the God as expressed through the church? Obviously thereShow More Summary

Former Fuller Seminary President Argues Mormons May Be 'Approaching Orthodoxy'

An evangelical professor and former president of Fuller Theological Seminary believes Mormons are possibly becoming more in line with Orthodox Christian belief.

Can You See White Privilege?

Chicago Theological Seminary has started an initiative called, "White Privilege Glasses," to "put a new lens on white privilege and racism." Because if we look honestly at the vast problems in our society, we will see that many of the systemic and plaguing issues of the day are a symptom of racism. Show More Summary

An American in Israel -- Palestine Looking for Peace

Photo by Rev. Dr. Chuck Currie In January, as part of a tour sponsored by the Center for Jewish, Christian and Islamic Studies at Chicago Theological Seminary, I had the privilege of visiting Israel and Palestine. Like many across the...Show More Summary

Update: White Privilege-Erasing Glasses For Everyone

The world can look a whole lot different with these glasses on. (via Chicago Theological Seminary) Posted by Upworthy on Monday, March 14, 2016 Here's a fun if super simplistic look at what it'd be like if there were glasses that would help white folks see the world as if they were someone who wasn't white. Show More Summary

Died: Charles C. Ryrie, Theologian Whose Study Bible Shaped Dispensationalism

The 90-year-old scholar leaves behind a legacy of theology and Bible study beyond Dallas Seminary. Charles Caldwell Ryrie, the dispensationalist scholar and Christian educator best known for the popular study Bible that bears his name,...Show More Summary

Trend #3 for the Future of Church Planting: Residencies and Theological Education

Churches and seminaries should work together in theological education When it comes to theological education, the pendulum has swung back-and-forth a few times over the last couple of centuries. From theological education being birthed...Show More Summary

Saturday is for Seminars—Talbot Seminary at Biola, and Ignite is Going Viral

Looking forward to being at Talbot Seminary and Ignite! Talbot School of Theology—La Mirada, CA March 1 & 3 I'll be speaking at the Robert L. Saucy Lectures Series and chapel at Talbot School of Theology. Talbot is described as: a theologically conservative, evangelical seminary in Southern California near Los Angeles. Show More Summary

Columbia seminary professor to discuss biodiversity at AAAS Annual Meeting

Washington, DC--Columbia Theological Seminary's William Brown, the William Marcellus McPheeters Professor of Old Testament, will present a paper at the AAAS 2016 Annual Meeting on "Theological Reasons for Protecting Biodiversity." The talk will be presented on Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 10:00 AM-11:30 AM at the Marriott Wardman Park. Show More Summary

VIDEO: ‘Days of Revolt’: Chris Hedges, Student Activists on the Decline of the Liberal Church

4 months agoNews : Truthdig

“If you look at how [Union Theological Seminary] treats its professors of color, its students of color, its neighbors of color, it doesn’t add up.”

White Evangelicals Should Support Black Lives Matter as Pro-Life Issue, Says Ron Sider

Ron Sider, professor emeritus at Palmer Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania and founder of Evangelicals for Social Action charged Thursday that white Evangelicals should get behind the Black Lives Matter movement because it is a pro-life issue.

Seminary Voices From Israel - Palestine

Chicago Theological Seminary students are posting reflections of our trip to Israel - Palestine on the CTS Journeys Blog. Read them here. - Posted using BlogPress from my iPad

Evangelical Theologian Wayne Grudem Endorses Marco Rubio

Phoenix Seminary Professor of Theology and Biblical Studies Wayne Grudem has endorsed Republican presidential candidate Senator Marco Rubio.

6 Questions with John David Wilsey

Jonathan Den HartogIt's been my great pleasure to get to know John David Wilsey. John is an assistant professor of History and Christian Apologetics at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary's Havard School. He is also the associate...Show More Summary

Albert Mohler Says Christians, Muslims and Some Jews Don't Worship Same God

President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Albert Mohler, has shot down a claim by controversial Wheaton College professor Larycia Hawkins that Christians and Muslims worship the "same God."

Thursday assorted links

1. Swap your airline seat? (speculative) 2. Economists aren’t even consistent in their monetary policy mistakes. 3. “The author is a first-year in the Columbia/Jewish Theological Seminary joint program with prospective majors in ethnicity and race studies and Jewish history. Originally from China, she grew up between her hometown and boarding schools, and is of […]

Interfaith Study Tour To Israel - Palestine #PalestinianIsraeliConflict #PeaceBuilding

In January, I'll be joining a group of students, faculty and clergy associated with Chicago Theological Seminary (CTS) on an interfaith study tour of Israel and Palestine. As we prepare for this trip, I invite your prayers and good wishes for a safe and productive month.

No Climate Justice, No Peace

"No justice no peace" was the rallying cry for my comrades and I at the Atlanta University Center (AUC) in April of 1992. I was in my middle year in seminary at the Morehouse School of Religion of the Interdenominational TheologicalShow More Summary

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