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    Christ's Canopy is Wide

    I have joined colleagues in visiting several theological seminaries lately, from Eastern Rite schools to dispensationalist-evangelical.   I am deeply moved by the Spirit of Christ that lives in these communities, and the commitment to forming leaders of faith, intellect, and vision for Christ’s Church.  Our thanks to all of…


    Ecumenism Lives...

    Recent steps forward in ecumenical relations between the Eastern Orthodox and the Roman Catholic Church are remarkable and historic.  An Orthodox Council in Crete and an Ecumenical Agreement reached at Chieti have opened the door to recognition of the unique oversight of the Bishop of Rome by both traditions.  …


    Spring Cross-Registration is Underway!


    Registration for the Spring Semester is underway at most Consortium Schools in late
    October and early November.

    Don’t miss the opportunity to take a course in another tradition, perhaps in your favorite field:   Bible, Theology, Preaching, and more.   Or take a unique course related to a Consortium Certificate:  in Ecology,…


    Theological Education engages Legal Education

    I attended a legal education symposium at Mercer University in Georgia this past weekend, to explore with educators issues of how to form professional identity and values. They invited me to share methods from clergy education, and the conversation was very lively. I learned a great deal from…

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    What can your Church do for the Environment?


    I am attending a class on Theology and Ecology at Yale Divinity School this week, and am deeply moved by the energy, vision, and resources available for theology faculty, seminarians, churches, and local communities.   Google the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology, Greenfaith, or Interfaith Power and Light for remarkable resources…

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