The Oxford Handbook of Ecumenical Studies
Edited by Geoffrey Wainwright, of blessed memory, and Paul McPartlan, Catholic University of America
This Oxford Handbook
Offers the most comprehensive account and assessment of the ecumenical movement
Provides a rich source of information and reflection on many aspects of ecumenism from 50 expert contributors of many nationalities and traditions
Offers a global perspective, showing how…
These Masters graduates from the John Leland Center are among the hundreds of graduates from the Consortium’s theological schools. There are many-year PhD and DMin degrees, three year MDiv degrees, two year Masters Degrees in Christian Leadership, Christian Education, and Theology, and several Diploma and Certificate programs that allow students without college education to get advanced theological studies. Some students…
From Interim Dean Dr. Gregory Howard, Samuel Dewitt Proctor School of Theology, on his presentation tomorrow night
The nexus between “God is on the side of the oppressed” (James Cone) and Jesus’ declaration that he “has come so that we may have life and have it to the full” cast light upon the United States Declaration of Independence’s claim of such…
Listen to this 1 minute introduction of an Orthodox view of Christian leaders and public life by Archbishop Job of Telemessos in Geneva:
Hear 1 minute introduction by the Archbishop…
Some in the ecumenical movement see an auspicious horizon whereby a number of communions are headed toward full communion (in the sharing of the eucharist).
One of these if Fr. John Crossin, OSFS, who will address this question on February 23 7:00-8:45 pm. Join us if you can! Link to the event Here!…
On Epiphany, Jan 6, 2021, cataclysmic events struck our nation, and many people of faith wonder “where is God’s hand in all this?” Consider: as a sitting President goaded an angry mob to march on the Capitol building, the legislative branch gathered there to fulfill a Constitutional mandate. As white supremacists attacked the Capitol, black voters in Georgia turned the…
Eight remarkable preachers dazzled over 65 people with their sermons on Matthew 25:37-40… For “best in category” see pictures below! Then we held a “lightning round” and one preacher emerged as the winner! Congratulations to all preachers for a job well done–inspiring, timely, spiritual and focused for the days ahead.
Video of the event is available here!
Excellent Resources from our friends at the Dialogue of Science and Religion at the American Academy for the Advancement of Science, including links to the CDC, popular and scientific journals….
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These remarkable images are of two works of art that will be exhibited at the October 10 Apocalypse, Bible and Art Event at the MOTB. Below is a sample of other images of the Apocalypse that will be available for viewing. Artists present during reception include Amy Gray, Margaret Parker, Deborah Sokolove and Tom Xanakis.
Sampler of Artist exhibit items