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    Sabbath Life and Ecology with Norman Wirzba Oct 23

    Join us for this event sponsored by the John Leland Center and an historic organization, The Lord’s Day Alliance, that promotes Sabbath Spirituality from an Ecological perspective. Morning event is lead by Dr. Norman Wirzba, scholar, lecturer and activist, from Duke University.

    Sabbath in Everyday Life: Caring for Self…

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    Review of Jennings' "After Whiteness" by a white-male-Calvinist...missionary...

    I worked with this text for days, finally realizing I had to read it through my life as shaped by the forces Jennings identifies as pervading all of our theological education communities:  white-masculinist supremacy and its colonial pursuits.  So I bring my experience (and commitments) as a white-male Calvinist… missionary……

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    9-11 and Theological Education in Washington DC

    9-11 impacted countless lives and institutions throughout DC and the MIid-Atlantic.   Among these were graduate theological schools that educate pastors, priests, and yes at the time imams.  The Washington Theological Consortium was (and still is) a community of such schools, and the impact of 9-11 has been far reaching.

    Churches, synagogues,…

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    New Oxford Handbook of Ecumenical Studies, ed. Paul McPartlan

    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…

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    Congratulations Graduates!!

    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…

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