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
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
Thirteen Consortium students joined rabbinical students from Reform, Reconstructionist, and Renewal movements for the Fifth Emerging Religious Leaders Course at the Pearlstone Center from June 3-7. We joined our member partner, the Institute for Islamic, Jewish, and Christian to bring rabbinical students Christian seminaries together for a week of study, theological examination, and friendship building that begins a new trajectory for…More
At the Tachmindji event held Sunday night, young peace-builders Doron Shapir and Mahmoud Jabari gave stirring and personal accounts about how the Seeds of Peace training has impacted their views, and their ongoing commitments and work in Peacebuilding. Aaron David Miller shared his perspective on how Track II diplomacy in the region is the key to ongoing peace efforts. He…More
Registration for a Spring course is still possible in many schools, so check out the offerings! You can also check up on January term courses that are still open.
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:…More
The Bibliographies about Ecumenism have been updated through June 2017. This is the finest annotated bibliography on the topic in the U.S., and we hope students, faculty, and the public will use it to keep up on the latest scholarship. Our thanks to Dr. Mitzi Budde of Virginia Theological Seminary for providing this invaluable resource.
Link to http://washtheocon.org/resources/
The Consortium schools offer a huge range of summer courses (for credit, or audit) in topics that range from church leadership to worship, Biblical studies to languages, church history to interfaith engagement. See the Summer Courses WTC Schools 2017. For course descriptions, go to Search Courses and do search, then click on course title.
Also note: There are a number of…More