Jesus in Islam: noted Scholar at IITTS
WTC Students can attend for only $100! Scholarship help available from WTC.
Christianity is growing faster in Africa than anywhere else in the world; Lutheran churches have participated in that growth alongside a varied array of other denominations and movements. What directions might Lutheran theology, exegesis, and church life take in Africa? And what will the implications of these directions be for the future of Lutheranism and of Christianity itself? Daylong event with experts…More
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Dr. John F. Haught will address the 46th Annual Faculties’ Convocation at the John Leland Center, Monday, Sept. 24 (4:30-8:00 with dinner and faculty groups). His address is entitled: “Inside Our Awakening Universe: The New Cosmic Story and the Meaning of Faith.” He will argue for an Anticipatory view of the Cosmos that embraces the universe as an unfinished drama,…More
Fr. Leo Camurati, OP from the Dominican House will preach on “Unity amidst Scandal” at the Opening Prayer Service for the Consortium on Sept. 13 at CUA. Fr. Leo entered the Order of Preachers in 2011. While studying at Cooper Union for a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering, he met the Dominicans at St. Joseph’s Parish in Greenwich Village. After…More
I have visited 7 of our schools for orientations of new students, and what amazing students they are! People are discovering theological education from all backgrounds–law, business, nursing, religious work, teaching… They come to deepen their present vocations in public life, or to pursue new directions and depth in service to the Church. Congratulations and Prayers for everyone on this…More
Seven of the Consortium Theological Schools begin classes TODAY, Aug. 27 (Byzantine Online, CUA, Leland, PFIC, Reformed, ULS and Wesley). Make sure you have your cross-registration forms in, and can find your class on another campus as soon as possible. Howard started last week. Samuel Proctor and VTS begin soon.
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Thirteenth Gerald G. May Seminar—with Bernard McGinn
“The Compassion of the Mystics”
November 9 & 10, 2018
Bernard McGinn, PhD, is a Roman Catholic theologian and scholar of spirituality who has written extensively on various aspects of mysticism. He currently is Naomi Shenstone Donnelley Professor Emeritus of Historical Theology and of the History of Christianity in the Divinity School and the Committees on…More